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Be £30,000 better off over 30 years compared to our largest competitor*

 

The best choice for value

*According to research by Boring Money, on the average stocks and shares ISA balance (£51,306, according to HMRC), the impact of charges over 30 years means that interactive investor customers would be £33,000 better off compared to our largest competitor, assuming a 5% annual return in the portfolio after investment charges.

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Whether you’re looking for an everyday trading account, making the most of your ISA allowance or planning for your retirement, there’s an ii account for you.

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Trading Account

Our flexible account, where you can invest in all markets in the way you want.

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ISA

Our tax-efficient, low-cost stocks and shares ISA with no separate fee.

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SIPP

Plan your retirement with our low-cost SIPP. Annual admin fee of just £120.

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Better choice

More investment opportunities than any other provider in the market.

Better value

We offer one flat annual fee, so you know exactly how much you'll be paying.

Better intelligence

Access our award winning financial know how to get the inside track.

Better support

Tools and support to build your confidence to make the right investment calls.

An award-winning and great value service

"For all but the smallest investors, ii’s fixed annual fee is cheap compared with all those platforms that charge a percentage of assets held."

Jeremy Fawcett, Head of Platforum (Platforum, October 2018)

This page aims to provide you with a summary of the different investment options, tools, apps and services available to ii customers. The investments referred to may not be suitable for all investors, and if in doubt, an investor should seek advice from a qualified investment adviser. Please visit the relevant product pages for more information and any associated risks. Please remember, the value of your investments, and the income derived from them, may go down as well as up. You may not get back all the money that you invest.