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My Junior ISA is maturing, what are my options?

Your Junior ISA matures when you turn 18.

At this point, your Junior ISA automatically becomes an Adult ISA. You can leave it where it is or you might decide to withdraw some, or all, of your money or move it into another product.

You can:

  • Leave your money where it is, invested in your Adult ISA
  • Take some money out and leave the rest in your Adult ISA
  • Take some money out and move the rest into another investment product, such as our Lifetime ISA or Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Sell all your investments to withdraw all the money

You can find out more in our Next Steps guide

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