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Stocks and Shares ISA

Invest in your future with our Stocks and Shares ISA to save for something special or simply for a rainy day. Capital at risk.

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A Stocks and Shares ISA is a tax-efficient, long-term savings account available to UK residents aged 18 and over. You may save up to £20,000 this tax year either into a Stocks and Shares ISA or a combination of different types of ISAs, including a Stocks and Shares ISA.

A Stocks and Shares ISA with Foresters Financial is simple and affordable, where you can start saving from as little as £20 into a professionally managed fund. Our fund managers Schroders take investing seriously and will make the investment decisions for you, including putting sustainability at the forefront.

Our ISA is also the only ISA on the market which allows you to open a Stocks and Shares ISA and Lifetime ISA (if eligible) under one Plan. Find out more about our Lifetime ISA

You become a member

By saving with us, you become a member and join a mutual organisation whose Purpose is to enrich family and community well-being. You will have access to a range of exclusive benefits, such as volunteer grants, member discounts and will writing – just to name a few! Take a look at the member benefits

Transfer to our Stocks and Shares ISA

If you already have an ISA with another provider, it is possible to transfer your ISA to Forester Life. We accept Stocks and Shares ISA and Cash ISA transfers into our ISA and do not charge entry, exit and transfer fees.

If you would like to transfer your ISA to us, please read the important documents and complete the ISA Transfer form. Once the Plan is set up, you can activate your online MyPlans account.

A Lifetime ISA must be held for at least 12 months before using it towards the purchase of a first home. By saving into a Lifetime ISA instead of a workplace pension, you could lose the benefit of employer contributions and the value could affect any entitlement to means tested benefits. If you make an encashment before age 60, other than to purchase your first home, you will pay a government penalty of 25% on the encashment amount, and you may get back less than you paid in. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and may be subject to change. As with all stock market investments the value of your ISA can fall as well as rise.
Guide to ISAs
ISAs are an excellent way of saving. But did you know you have a choice of five ISAs suitable from Lifetime ISAs to Junior ISAs. Take a look for more information.
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