Whether planning for your own or your family's future, make the most of your ISA allowance with an Investment ISA.
Our Investment ISAs offer tax-efficient investing, putting your money to work using the long-term growth potential of the stock market.
Keep in mind stock market investments can go down as well as up, so you could get back less than you've paid in. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and tax rules could change in the future.
My Easy Choice (ISA)
If you're looking for an easy start option of investing in one fund, this could be for you.
Start from just £10 a month, or a lump sum from £100.
Peace of mind with a guarantee to get back at least as much as you've invested on your 10-year anniversary. Provided no switches or withdrawals are made.
Get flexibility over your payments and up to £45 My Rewards card when you start investing.
Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) are designed to help people like you make the most of your money, by saving or investing tax-efficiently. Here's a quick guide to how they work.
There are four types of ISA for adults: Investment ISA, Cash ISA, Innovative Finance ISA and Lifetime ISA. You can have one of each in each tax year.
Your annual tax efficient allowance is £20,000 for the tax year 2019/2020. This is the total amount that you can save or invest in your ISAs.
Tax is not charged on any interest earned or gains made (other than dividends from UK shares) within an account.
Please remember tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and tax rules could change in the future.
Need help managing your ISA?
It's easy to start managing your My ISA online with My Plans and with our Mobile App available on the iOS and Google play stores. But if you need some help getting things done, or aren't sure where to start, we've lots of FAQs and tutorials to get you going.
A Junior ISA helps you build a long-term investment, so that when your child turns 18 it could give them a handy cash sum for whatever they want - from a deposit on their first house, to paying for university costs.