Take advantage of our tax-efficient stocks and shares ISA and save for your future
Applying for your ISA is quick and easy. We’ll take your contributions to your account directly from your monthly payroll. Applications for the Payroll ISA need to be submitted by close of business on the 10th of the month to be included in the next payroll.
You’re free to invest monthly or up to a limit of £20,000 per tax year.
It’s important to note that you can’t apply for this stocks and shares ISA if you already have another Stocks and Shares ISA in the current tax year. ISA eligibility is for those who are contributing at least 3% into the pension (and are therefore maximising the employer contribution) or who can’t contribute to the pension due to annual or lifetime allowance issues.
If you have any questions about your salary deduction, please speak to AAB firstname.lastname@example.org
Please remember the value of your investment and any income from it may fall as well as rise and is not guaranteed. You may get back less than you invest
Stocks and shares ISA
Make a regular payment from £20 a month or £100 lump sum direct from your payroll.
- Save up to £20,000 this tax year
- No fixed term but consider investing for at least five years
- Three low-cost investment options designed to suit you
- Manage your ISA online
Online ISA account
Add money to your account directly from your wages. Easy and convenient.
Choose to save regularly or one off lump sums
Our aim is to give you all the tools, information and support you need to venture into the world of investing.
Learn the basics
Investing made easy
If you’re new to investing, here’s a summary of the key things you need to know about investing in a stocks and shares ISA.
Everything in one place
Manage your account online when it suits you.
Please remember the value of your investment and any income from it may fall as well as rise and is not guaranteed. You may get back less than you invest. Tax rules may change in the future and their tax advantages depend on your individual circumstances.