Individual Savings Accounts are a good way to invest, right?
As well as being tax-free, with a Stocks & Shares ISA you get access to the stock market — giving you the opportunity for some decent returns.
So whether your investments generate income or grow in value, there’s no income tax or capital gains tax (CGT) to pay 🎉.
Those tax perks can make a big difference over time.
And here’s some icing to go on that tax-free investing cake…
Tax-free investing + £50 for you
We’re giving new customers who open an InvestEngine Stocks & Shares ISA a tasty £50 Welcome Bonus (Ts&Cs apply).
It’s our way of inviting you to experience the power of tax-free investing with InvestEngine.
We’re experts at building and managing global investment portfolios to help you make the most of your savings.
And our ISA was recently awarded the Times newspaper’s top five-star rating!
Great choice, great value
The InvestEngine ISA offers a choice of portfolios that invest for long-term growth or income of up to 4.6% a year (estimated and variable).
And our management fee is among the lowest around at just 0.25% (portfolio costs also apply).
Plus, for new customers there’s that £50 Welcome Bonus to help get you started.
All we ask is that you invest a minimum of £100 (but as ISAs are such a good thing, we reckon you’ll want to invest more before the 5th April deadline 😉).
We almost forgot…
If you’ve already used your ISA allowance this tax year — or you’re a business owner or SME — we certainly don’t want to seem unwelcoming!
So we’re also offering our £50 Welcome Bonus to new customers who open our flexible Personal Account or innovative Business Account.
Welcome Bonus subject to minimum investment. Full Terms & Conditions are available here.
Capital at risk. Eligibility to invest in an ISA depends on personal circumstances. ISA rules apply. The value of your portfolio with InvestEngine can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invest. ETF costs also apply.
This communication is provided for general information only and should not be construed as advice. If in doubt you may wish to consult a professional adviser for guidance.