How do I make a withdrawal?

To take money out of your account, please log into your online account and go to the 'Payments and Transfers' tab on the account you'd like to withdraw from.

You'll see a withdrawal option which will guide you through the process.

We'll ask you to set up a withdrawal account if you haven't added one yet. This is simply the account you'd like the money paid into.

It's important to remember that you won't be able to make a withdrawal from a child's product. Only the child can take money out, and only when they turn 18.

If you've taken over your Junior ISA or Child Trust Fund and have now turned 18, you'll need to set up a OneFamily online account to let us know where you'd like us to send your money. Find out how to do this in our Maturity section.

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How to access your Child Trust Fund

When you turn 18, you'll be able to access the money that's been put away for you in your child trust fund. Find out everything you need to do to take control of your money.

What's next for your Child Trust Fund money?

When you turn 18, you'll be able to access the money in your child trust fund, and you'll have to decide what to do with it. Find out what your options are and what could be right for you and your money.

How to access your Junior ISA

When you turn 16, you'll be able to take control of your junior ISA, and you'll get access to your money at 18. Find out what you need to do to take over your junior ISA.

What happens to your junior ISA when you turn 18?

When you turn 18, your junior ISA (JISA) will “mature”, meaning you can access the money that’s been saved for you. Find out more about what happens to your JISA when it matures.