Investment ISAs are tax-efficient wrappers for long term investments. You may get back less than you pay in as your capital isn't guaranteed and charges may apply. Your personal circumstances will determine how much tax you pay on your investments and returns; tax laws may change.

This comparison includes all junior cash ISAs and a selection of junior investment ISAs.
We are a comparison website that's authorised and regulated by the FCA. How our site works.
Scottish Friendly Assurance My Choice (ISA)
Account Type
Junior Investment ISA
Interest Rate
-
You Can Invest In
8 funds
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
A £25 My Rewards Card welcome gift. Minimum investment of £10 / month or £50 lump sum.
Hargreaves Lansdown HL Vantage Junior ISA
Account Type
Junior Investment ISA
Interest Rate
-
You Can Invest In
Most funds
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
AJ Bell Youinvest Youinvest Junior ISA
Account Type
Junior Investment ISA
Interest Rate
-
You Can Invest In
2,300 funds
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
F&C Investments Junior ISA
Account Type
Junior Investment ISA
Interest Rate
-
You Can Invest In
11 funds
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Scottish Friendly Assurance My Select (Junior ISA)
Account Type
Junior Investment ISA
Interest Rate
-
You Can Invest In
8 funds
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Use their Junior ISA allowance to invest for their future with Scottish Friendly. Capital at risk.
OneFamily Junior ISA
Account Type
Junior Investment ISA
Interest Rate
-
You Can Invest In
1 fund
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Apply online & set up a Direct Debit & receive either £10 or £30 Amazon or Boots vouchers. T&C’s apply – see OneFamily website
Danske Bank Junior Cash ISA
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
4% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Halifax Junior Cash ISA (Relationship Rate)
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
4% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Coventry Building Society Junior Cash ISA (1)
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3.25% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Nationwide Smart Junior ISA
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3.25% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Mansfield Junior ISA (1st Issue)
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3.05% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Bank of Scotland Junior Cash ISA
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Available in branch only.
Beverley Cash Junior ISA
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Darlington Building Society Junior Cash ISA
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Halifax Junior Cash ISA
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Lloyds Bank Junior Cash ISA
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Santander Junior ISA (123) Ex/C
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Available in branch only.
Stafford Railway Junior Cash ISA
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Tesco Bank Junior Cash ISA
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
TSB Junior Cash ISA
Account Type
Junior Cash ISA
Interest Rate
3% AER variable
You Can Invest In
-
Protection Scheme
FSCS
ISA Transfers In
accepted
Available in branch only.

We provide an independent comparison service free of charge but we may receive a commission from some of the companies we refer you to. These are indicated with purple buttons.

Free Brochures & Guides

Junior ISA regulations: FAQs

If you're looking for a tax free home for your child's savings then a Junior ISA could be the answer, here's everything you need to know so you can take full advantage of Junior ISAs.

Following the closure of the government-backed Child Trust Funds to new applicants in January 2011, there's been little real choice if you want to save for your child's future.

However, in November 2011 the new Junior ISA was launched to come to the rescue of parents across the UK and once again provide a tax free haven for your children's savings.

Here's what you need to know about the new tax free Junior ISA savings accounts:

What is a Junior ISA?

A Junior ISA, or a Child ISA, is a type of children's saving account designed specifically to replace Child Trust Funds and encourage parents to put money aside for their children's future.

The government have confirmed that a Children's Junior ISA works in a very similar way to existing adult ISA savings accounts, and the main benefit of Junior ISAs is that any interest or profits earned from the money inside is tax free.

When did Junior ISAs become available?

The Junior ISA  was launched on 1st November, 2011.

Who can open a Junior ISA?

Junior ISAs are available to any child under the age of 18 who did not qualify for a Child Trust Fund account.

This means if your child was born on or after the 3rd January, 2011, or before 1st September 2002 they are eligible to open a Junior ISA account.

If your child has a Child Trust Fund they're not be eligible for a Junior ISA, nor can they transfer any savings they have in an existing Child Trust Fund to a Junior ISA.

Can grandparents invest in Junior ISAs?

Anyone can deposit money into a Junior ISA on a child's behalf, however it is only the parent or legal guardian of the child that can open an account or transfer it to a different provider on their behalf.

What is the Junior ISA limit?

The Junior ISA allowance for the 2015/16 tax year is 4,080.

Switching Junior ISAs between providers

Each child can hold one cash Junior ISA and one investment Junior ISA. However, the 4,000 limit will need to be shared between the two accounts.

For example, if you save 2,500 for your child in a cash Junior ISA, you are only be able to invest the remaining 1,500 of their allowance through an investment junior ISA account.

Unlike adult ISAs, children will only be able to hold one cash Junior ISA account and one investment Junior ISA account in total - they will not be able to open and contribute to new accounts each tax year.

However, it will be possible to transfer savings between Junior ISA providers to ensure that their future savings are getting the best return possible.

It will also be possible to switch savings from a cash Junior ISA to an investment Junior ISA should you wish to do so.

Can you have a Child Trust Fund and Junior ISA?

You cannot open a Child Trust Fund and a Junior ISA account for the same child; this is because the Junior ISA is the government's direct replacement for Child Trust Funds and only open to children who don't qualify for a Child Trust Fund.

Can you transfer a Child Trust Fund to a Junior ISA?

You can now transfer a Child Trust Fund into a Junior ISA but not vice versa.

Can you access money in a Junior ISA?

Under Junior ISA regulations, neither children nor parents are allowed to withdraw money from a Junior ISA until the child turns 18.

Parents or legal guardians are responsible for opening and managing Junior ISAs for their children until they reach the age of 16.

After this a child will be able to manage their Junior ISA savings themselves. However, they will not be able to access the cash until they turn 18.

Once a child turns 18 they are free to withdraw money from their Junior ISA.

If they decide to leave their savings in their Junior ISA, their accounts will automatically turn into standard adult ISAs.

Popular guides

How do I gift money without being taxed?

"It's my money and I can do what I like with it," right? Wrong. There are a set of rules governing the 'gifting' of money - how much you give, how often and to whom determines if the gift will be liable for tax. Here is what you need to know.

Is Amazon Prime worth It?

For 79 a year, Amazon Prime offers one-day delivery, instant video streaming and multiple extra features for customers, but does it offer good value?

Do you have to pay private parking tickets?

Returning to your car to find a parking ticket attached to your windscreen can make your heart sink. However, with unscrupulous private parking companies issuing tickets beyond their authority we ask, do you have to pay up?