Maybe you are thinking of investing but you are not sure where to start? The Money Advice service is free impartial money advice set up by government.
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The value of investments can fall as well as rise, you may not get back the full amount you invest. If you're not sure about making investment decisions without advice, you should speak to a financial adviser.
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NatWest Invest is all about making investing easy. You can invest online by choosing from five ready made investment funds that range from low to high risk.
If you are comfortable making your own choices and just want to get going, then you can start investing now. We will give you all the information you need so you can decide yourself how you'd like to invest.
Invest your way from as little as £50.
If you are not sure what's best for you, we can help with our new fully automated advice service.
We'll advise you:
- If you should invest, and if so, how much is right for you
- Which fund best meets your needs
- How to make use of your ISA allowance
Invest with advice from as little as £500, or £50 per month.
To use NatWest Invest you must be registered with Online Banking. Online banking is available to customers with a NatWest account.
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The Premier Client Advice team offers a tailored advice service to Premier Banking customers covering the whole of the United Kingdom.
Fees apply and the advice and any recommendations provided will be restricted to the products on the panel of products available to the Wealth Manager.
If you are not a Premier Banking customer, or are a Premier Banking customer and would like advice that covers the whole market, you can search for a nearby regulated independent financial adviser.
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A Junior Stocks and Shares ISA is a way of investing for your children in a tax-efficient fund.
You can invest up to £4,128 for this tax year.
The funds in the account are in the name of your child - but they can't withdraw any funds until they reach the age of 18. When they reach 18 years of age the Junior Stocks and Shares ISA will convert to an adult ISA, with the child being the owner.