- All investments should be regarded as for the long term because they can go down in value as well as up, so you could get back less than you invested. Any yield is variable and not guaranteed.
- Remember tax rules can change and the reliefs depend on your child's circumstances.
- Our website offers information, but not personal advice. So if you're not sure which investments are right for you, please ask us for advice.
- Before you invest, please understand the risks and terms and conditions (including tariff of charges) of your investment. The specific risks of any funds are detailed in the key features.
You can open a Junior Stocks and Shares ISA in minutes with a lump sum or from as little as £25 per month. You'll need your (and your child's) National Insurance number to hand.
On the basis of the above