Does AJ Bell do a Junior ISA (JISA)?

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Yes, AJ Bell offers a stocks and shares Junior ISA where you can invest in the stock market for your children.

AJ Bell Junior ISA Review
AJ Bell

Name: AJ Bell Junior ISA

Description: AJ Bell is one of the cheapest self-select JISAs with account fees of only 0.25%, although it is not free. Fees are capped at £2.50 per month for shares, investment trusts ETFs, gilts and bonds, but there is no cap for holding funds. You also have dealing charges of £1.50 for funds and £9.95 for shares. It is more expensive than Hargreaves Lansdown’s (now free) JISA and providers a relatively similar service.
Capital at risk.


  • Investments: Shares, ETFs, bonds & funds
  • Minimum deposit: £500
  • JISA account charge: 0.25%
  • Dealing fee: Shares £3.50 – £5, funds £1.50

Fees: AJ Bell charges 0.25% of the value of your for a Junior ISA. Share account fees are capped at £2.50 a month. Dealing costs are £1.50 for funds and £5 for shares but drop to £3.50 where there were 10 or more online share deals in the previous month.

Special Offers:

  • Recommend a friend, and you’ll both get £100 gift vouchers – When you recommend a friend to AJ Bell Youinvest that invests more than £10,000 in a SIPP or ISA, you and your friend can get One4All gift vouchers worth £100.
  • Switch your share dealing account and receive up to £500 to cover exit fees – If you transfer your share dealing general investment account valued at more than £20,000 to AJ Bell they will help cover any exit fees charged by your current provider. They will cover £35 per investment moved and up to £100 for general exit fees, up to an overall maximum of £500 per person.
  • Free subscription to Shares Magazine worth £220
    Get a free subscription to Shares (worth over £220 per year) by maintaining a balance of £4,000 or more across your AJ Bell investing accounts.


  • Pick your own shares, funds and bonds or use their investing ideas
  • Low JISA account fees capped at £2.50 a month for shares
  • Lots of account types


  • High phone dealing charges
  • Pricing
  • Market Access
  • Online Platform
  • Customer Service
  • Research & Analysis
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