Junior ISA Account

Junior ISA Account

Savings account for grandchildren

With our Junior ISA (Individual Savings Account) you’re giving a child the opportunity to save for a tax free payment when they turn 18. By starting to save and invest for their future today, you’re helping to give them a great financial start in their adult life - whether it’s to pay towards university fees, living expenses or even help towards buying their first house.

Junior ISA account

Our With-profits Junior ISA is a stocks and shares Junior ISA - we invest it in the Healthy Investment Ethical With-profits Fund. It’s a carefully managed fund that includes stocks and shares, company and government bonds, commercial property and bank deposits. The money you put away now will grow through the regular bonuses that we add to the investment every year. (Remember though that bonus rates aren’t guaranteed and can change every year).

Investing for grandchildren

Wouldn’t it be great to offer a child a guaranteed, tax-free payout when they turn 18? Well, with our Junior ISA that’s what they get - for all investments held over 5 years, we guarantee they will receive all of the money that has been invested, plus all the bonuses that have been added. They may also receive a final bonus. For investments held for less than 5 years at age 18, we make this same promise on the 5th anniversary of every investment.
Savings Account for Grandchildren
Only a parent or guardian of a child under 16 can open a Junior ISA, but once it’s open anyone can make more investments. Once they’re over 16 they can even open their own Junior ISA.
Flexible Junior ISA Account
Our Junior ISA is truly flexible - there’s no minimum term and you can change or pause payments whenever you need to. You can even start it with just a £10 investment - after that you can invest up to £9,000 in a Junior ISA every year.
Investing for Grandchildren

The Junior ISA is an easy way to save and invest to grow a cash sum that will be really appreciated when the child turns 18. You can make regular payments, or even one off payments - for example when they get birthday or Christmas money.

child trust funds also provided
We manage both Child Trust Funds and Junior ISAs, so if you’d like to discuss transferring a CTF to a Junior ISA or a Junior ISA transfer, just let us know. We can’t offer advice, but we’d be happy to talk through the differences with you.

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Important Points

Available to any UK resident under the age of 18, who does not have a Child Trust Fund.

Junior ISAs can only be opened by parents or legal guardians of children under 16, but once open anyone can invest in them for the benefit of the child.

If the child is between 16 and 18 they can open one themselves.

You might consider this Junior ISA if you already save for them in a bank or building society savings account and you are now looking to put some money into an investment that has some risk but the potential for higher returns.

Invest up to £9,000 (2023/24 tax year) by adding a monthly amount or a single investment (both a minimum of £10).

If your child has a Junior ISA with another provider you can transfer this into a Healthy Investment stocks and shares Junior ISA without affecting their current Junior ISA tax years allowance.

You can transfer an existing Child Trust Fund to a Junior ISA.

You should see this Junior ISA as a medium to long term investment.

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