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Family Bonds FAQs

A Family Bond is a type of Tax Exempt Savings Plan. You choose how long you invest for from 10 to 25 years and pay in either £25 a month or £270 a year.

You need to be a UK citizen and aged between 16 and 74 to open one. You don't need to have children to qualify.

The fund invests in stocks and shares which means there's good potential for your money to grow over the long-term but, as with all investing, there is a risk its value could go down and you could get back less than you've paid in.

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Open a Family Bond

Plan exactly when you'll get back a tax-free lump sum by choosing to invest from 10 to 25 years.


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Explore Junior Bonds

Find out about investing on behalf of a child from £15 a month with our tax-exempt savings plan for children (Junior Bond).


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Explore Stocks and Shares ISA

If investing for 10 years feels too long, our Stocks and Shares ISA might be better suited to your savings goals.


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