An ISA with an EXTRA 15%.
Invest in Vitality funds and we'll add up to 15% extra money to your ISA over 25 years– on top of any returns. Capital at risk. Minimum investment and T&Cs apply.
Not only do we reward you for healthy habits, we can help you reach your financial goals, by boosting your investments with extra money - on top of any returns. Because, what's wealth without health?
We're backed by leading investment managers. Our partnership with Investec Asset Management and Vanguard means your money is in highly experienced and trusted hands.
Choose your investment plans
Stocks and Shares ISA
Invest across a range of Vitality funds with a flexible, tax-efficient plan. Plus, you could grow your money even more with our Investment Booster and Healthy Living Discount
A Stocks and Shares ISA to build up a tax-free savings pot for your child. You could grow their money even more with our Investment Booster and Healthy Living Discount
Boost your investment
Stay invested with a Vitality Stocks and Shares ISA, and it could amount to a cumulative boost of 15% over 25 years. Boost your child's Stocks and Shares Junior ISA by up to 7.7% over 15 years when you invest in Vitality funds.
Why choose a VitalitInvest ISA and Junior ISA?
✓ Easy to start
With regular contributions from £100 a month, or with a lump sum of at least £1,500. No minimum amount for additional lump sums.
✓ Potential to boost your ISA or child’s ISA even further
Our investment Booster and Healthy Living Discount could add extra money on top of returns.
✓ Easy to manage
Stop, start, increase or decrease regular contributions and pay in lump sums at any time, up to your allowance.
✓ Access money
ISA - You can take out money and add it back in the same tax year
without affecting your annual ISA allowance.
Junior ISA - Money will become available at 18.
Your allowances for the tax year 2019-2020
- ISA: £20,000
- Junior ISA: £4,368
Transfer for free
Fund charge - for the ongoing management of the funds you choose.
For more details please read:
VitalityInvest ISA Plan Summary
What is an ISA?
Terms and Conditions
Capital at risk