Junior ISA calculator

Junior ISA calculator

How much could your child’s Junior ISA be worth in the future?

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How much could a Scottish Friendly Junior ISA be worth?

We don’t have a crystal ball to tell you exactly what your child will get back in the future, but we can provide a few examples of what they might get back.

Our easy to use Junior ISA calculator allows you to see what your child’s Junior ISA could be worth in the future, with a Scottish Friendly My Choice (Junior ISA). Simply select a fund and your payment options then click calculate to start.

You can find out all about our My Choice (Junior ISA), including details on each fund here.


Our Junior ISA

Scottish Friendly’s My Choice (Junior ISA) allows you to invest for your child using their Junior ISA allowance of £4,080 each tax year. You have a choice of 8 funds to invest in, allowing you to provide a sum of money for your child’s future dreams.

Tax rules apply. Remember, as with all investments, your child could get back less than you’ve paid in. The Junior ISA is the property of the child.

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Junior ISA allowance

Junior ISA allowance

The Junior ISA allowance, set by the Government, for the current 2016/2017 tax year is £4,080.

Find out more about your Child’s Junior ISA allowance

Who can pay into a Junior ISA?

Who can pay into a Junior ISA?

Once a Junior ISA has been set up by the parent or legal guardian of the child, anyone can then contribute to it as well.

Providing all contributions remain within the JISA allowance, aunts, uncles, grandparents and friends can all contribute to the child’s financial future.

More details on who can pay in to a JISA

No advice has been provided by Scottish Friendly in relation to this plan. If you are in any doubt as to whether this plan is suitable for you, you should contact a financial adviser for advice. If you do not have a financial adviser, you can get details of local financial advisers by visiting www.unbiased.co.uk. Advisers may charge for providing such advice and should confirm any cost beforehand.