How much could your savings be worth in the future?

Our ISA calculator gives you an idea of how much your money could be worth over the next 15 years. Keep in mind that growth is an assumption and doesn't reflect how your money will perform in reality.


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How to know if investing is right for you

Stocks and Shares ISAs (also known as Investment ISAs) are more suited for longer-term savings goals of at least five years. That’s because investing for longer periods can help to offset short-term fluctuations in investment performance.

Generally, higher-risk investments have the potential for higher growth, but also greater losses as they tend to move up and down in value more than lower-risk investments.

You should only invest if it’s right for you. To help you decide if it is, below are some questions you should ask yourself before investing.

Some questions to ask yourself before you get started

Opening an abrdn Stocks and Shares ISA

Depending on how much experience you have with investing, or how hands-on you want to be, there are two different ways you can invest in our Stocks and Shares ISA.

Discover the easy and DIY ISA options

Savings made simple

If you want to save money for the long term, an Individual Savings Account (ISA) could be what you need. These guides can help you understand how ISAs work, how money put into them is invested and more.

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    ISA rules

    There are a few rules around Stocks and Shares ISAs, this guide helps you understand how you can get the most out of your ISA allowance.
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    What is an ISA?

    How do ISAs work? What is the ISA allowance for this year? We explain all of this and more in our helpful guide.
    Find out more
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    How many ISA accounts can I have?

    Find out what you need to know when considering how many ISA accounts you can have at one time.
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