Help your child’s savings work harder.
Investing in a Junior Stocks & Shares ISA can be a great way to grow your child’s savings rather than leaving it in cash. £1,000 invested in 2008 would have been worth £2,915 at the end of 2019.
The chart shows return on the FTSE All World and the Bank of England base rate from 2008 to 2019. FTSE All-World Total Return GBP, Morningstar. Bank of England base rate, Bank of England. Excludes fees. Investing should be regarded as longer term (at least 5 years) and you may get back less than you invest. Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance.
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A Junior ISA is a savings and investment account for children up to the age of 18. It is…
Yes. A Junior ISA can only be in the name of one child, so if you have parental responsibility…
Your child can only have one Junior Stocks & Shares ISA at a time. However, you can transfer the…
When your child reaches 18, their Junior ISA will automatically convert into an adult Stocks & Shares ISA with…
Your child's investments are covered by the government's Financial Services Compensation Scheme up to a limit of £85,000. Please be aware that this does not cover a decline in the value of your child's investments.
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We believe in being fair and transparent, so we've set out the fees you'll pay for our Junior ISA in the table below.
These fees cover all trading and transaction costs.
Free for the first 3 months
All investing should be regarded as longer term. The value of your investments can go up and down, and you may get back less than you invest.