• New investor offer

      Open a Stocks and Shares ISA or a Trading Account with an initial †£2,000 or more or £100/month before 10 December 15, and pay 0% account charge on this account until 31 July 16. Fund manager charges still apply. Investing below these amounts will incur our standard account charge.

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    We have a range of guides and videos to help you manage your own investment funds

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    Taking you through the basics of managing your investments

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    If you invest with us we'll give you the guidance and support to help you make your own investment decisions

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    With our transparent pricing you'll always know what you're paying for with no hidden charges

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    The value of your investments can go down as well as up and you could get back less than you invest.

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    Some simple questions about investing

    Questions about investing

    What is a Stocks and Shares ISA?
    A Stocks and Shares ISA is a tax-efficient way of investing for the future. It allows you to put your money into a number of investment funds. Tax benefits may change in the future
    What is self-investing?
    Put simply, self-investing means taking control of your own investments without receiving personal financial advice. To help make this process less daunting, we provide a range of helpful tools and guides so that you can make your own informed investment decisions.
    What is a fund?
    An investment fund is made up of a collection or group of different investments. The money you invest is put together with other investors' money and used to buy a range of assets.

    For more help, try our jargon buster or see our frequently asked questions.