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£9,000 allowance for Junior ISA’s 2021/22

£9,000 allowance for Junior ISA’s 2021/22

A Junior ISA (JISA) is a tax-efficient way to save for your child and pay no income tax or Capital Gains tax on any returns.


Start saving for a child’s future by investing in a Stocks and Shares Junior ISA on their behalf.

The Junior ISA allowance for the 2021/22 tax year is £9,000, and you have until 5 April 2022 to use it.  Control of the ISA passes automatically to your child at age 18.  You must be the child’s parent or guardian to open the Junior ISA, but once it is opened, anyone can pay in. All you need to do is start a regular savings plan from £50, or invest a lump sum from as little as £1,000.

How much can you save in a Junior ISA?

  • Save up to £9,000 a year, free of UK tax
  • Start from as little as £50
  • Set up a regular savings plan or pay in lump sums – family and friends can pay in too

A world of investment options

  • Over 3,000 funds
  • Large selection of UK shares, growing all the time
  • Investment trusts and exchange-traded funds (ETFs)


Your Capital is at Risk

Seymour Sinclair Investments Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and offers an execution-only service. Past performance is not a reliable guide to future returns. Market and exchange-rate movements may cause the value of investments to go down as well as up. Yields will fluctuate and so income from investments is variable and not guaranteed. You may not get back the amount originally invested. Tax treatment depends of your individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future. If you are unsure about the suitability of any investment you should seek professional advice. Whilst Seymour Sinclair provide product information, guidance and fund research we cannot recommend which of these products or funds, if any, are suitable for your particular circumstances and must leave that judgement to you. Before investing you must read the Seymour Sinclair and Platforms Terms and Conditions and it is important that you read the specific risk factors on the Key Investor Information Documents for the funds which you are considering investing in.

For non-platform business, where we can still give discounts, those discounts are subject to receipt of commission and may be subject to change if commission levels are altered. The information on this site is intended solely for the use of those people who are United Kingdom residents for tax and investment purposes.

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