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Foresters Friendly Junior ISA & Regular Savings Cashback & Offers

Up to £165 cashback

Foresters Friendly Junior ISA & Regular Savings Cashback & Offers

Online cashback rates

£130 cashback

for customers opening a new Junior ISA with a lump sum investment or transfer of £8,000+. Capital at risk.

£120 cashback

for customers opening a new Junior ISA with a lump sum investment or transfer of £4,000 - £7,999, to remain invested for a minimum of 3 months. Capital at risk.

£165 cashback

for customers opening a new Junior ISA by setting up a Direct Debit and making a minimum of 3 months’ contributions of £300 or more. Capital at risk.

£160 cashback

for customers opening a new Junior ISA by setting up a Direct Debit and making a minimum of 3 months’ contributions of £200-£299. Capital at risk.

£155 cashback

for customers opening a new Junior ISA by setting up a Direct Debit and making a minimum of 3 months’ contributions of £150-£199. Capital at risk.

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£150 cashback

for customers opening a new Junior ISA by setting up a Direct Debit and making a minimum of 3 months’ contributions of £100-£149. Capital at risk.

£60 cashback

for new customers opening a Children’s Tax Exempt Plan with monthly contributions of £25 and making a minimum of 3 months’ contributions. Capital at risk.

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More about Foresters Friendly Junior ISA & Regular Savings

It’s a great feeling knowing that your child has savings growing as they do. Foresters Junior ISA offers flexible savings options to help you build up a savings pot for when they reach 18. It’s easy to open online and transfers are accepted too. Plus as a Foresters member your child will have access to additional free membership benefits including discretionary grants to help cover the cost of things like higher education, or healthcare expenses such as dental and optical costs.

Remember your child may get back less than you have paid in. Tax rules might change and depend on individual circumstances. Member benefits are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority or the Prudential Regulation Authority.

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