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Enjoy tax‑free ISA investing

NO ISA account fees
DIY or Managed Portfolios
Easy access with no exit fees
Transfer existing ISAs for free

What’s an ISA?

An ISA (Individual Savings Account) is a tax-free wrapper that allows individuals to invest up to £20,000 a year. There’s no income tax or capital gains tax (CGT) to pay on any income or profits from your ISA investments.

Why choose an InvestEngine ISA?

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Zero ISA account fees
With InvestEngine, you pay no ISA account fees! Your only costs relate to the portfolio you choose.If you go for our commission-free DIY Portfolio service, the only costs are the annual charges and buy/sell market spreads of the ETFs you invest in.If you’d prefer one of our Managed Portfolios, we charge 0.25% a year for managing the investments (ETF costs also apply). Read more about costs
The opportunity for higher returns
With InvestEngine, you’ll have a Stocks & Shares ISA, giving you the opportunity to earn higher investment returns than from a Cash ISA.
Income or growth
Invest for income or longer-term growth with our tax-free ISA. Our Managed Portfolios service offers three income choices, currently yielding a year (estimated & variable), depending on risk appetite.
Invest from just £100
You can open an InvestEngine ISA with as little as £100. And you can make further top-ups from just £1, or £50 minimum for direct debits.
Transfer to InvestEngine for free
It’s easy to transfer your existing ISAs into an InvestEngine Stocks & Shares ISA. We don’t charge for ISA transfers (but you should check whether your existing ISA provider has exit fees). Simply complete our transfer form when you open an InvestEngine ISA, then we’ll sort out the admin with your old firm.
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