Boring Money Best Buys - Stocks And Shares ISAs

The creme de la creme. The bees' knees. The top dogs. If you don't want to scour the whole market, this is your short-cut to finding a decent home for your money.

We have 4 Best Buys today, based on cost, service, websites and your feedback too.  We've analysed 24 options all-in – scroll down for details. 

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Cost

Best for In a nutshell

Recommended by you

Charles Stanley Direct
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Low cost
  • Wide choice of investments
  • Good fund research
87% Info
AJ Bell
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Low cost
  • Also strong on pensions
  • Good research and content
81% Info
Hargreaves Lansdown
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Excellent service
  • Established company
  • Slightly too expensive for larger portfolios
76% Info
Nutmeg
£ £ £

Beginner Investor

  • Really easy to use
  • Investments managed for you
  • The most established 'robo'
72% Info

Other options you might like

Although these guys don't make our Best Buys today, they are all decent choices and might tick your boxes?

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Company Name

We Say

You Say

Cost

Best for In a nutshell

Recommended by you

Scalable Capital
£ £ £

Beginner Investor

  • Investments managed for you
  • Quite techy
  • £10,000 minimum investment
100% Info
£ £ £

Beginner Investor

  • Really easy to use
  • Investments managed for you
  • This is regulated advice
93% Info
Wealthify
£ £ £

Beginner Investor

  • Really easy to use
  • Invest from only £1
  • Very good user experience online
91% Info
TD Direct Investing
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Quick Start all-in-one funds available
  • Confusing charges but usually low cost
  • Improving site with good information
69% Info
True Potential Investor
£ £ £

Beginner Investor

  • Nice and simple
  • Investments are 'actively managed' so can be a bit more expensive
  • Good app and slick website
67% Info
Vanguard
£ £ £

Beginner Investor

  • Low-cost
  • Even better value for £250k + portfolios
  • Straightforward investments
67% Info
Aviva
£ £ £

Beginner Investor

  • Big, trusted company
  • Either use their ready-made funds or pick your own
  • Pretty bland
65% Info
Interactive Investor
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Low cost for large portfolios
  • Wide investment range
  • Nice new app
64% Info
Standard Life Savings
£ £ £

Beginner Investor

  • Big, secure company
  • Easy option funds available
  • Easy to use website
64% Info
Bestinvest
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Wide range of investments
62% Info
Alliance Trust Savings
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Low cost for larger portfolios
  • Wide range of investments
  • Not the best website
59% Info
Fidelity International
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Big, secure company
  • Good phone support
  • Irritating website at times
56% Info
The Share Centre
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Low cost for large portfolios
  • Lots of helpful content
  • In-house funds too expensive
50% Info
Trustnet Direct
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Wide range of investments
  • Helpful fund research
  • Decent charges
50% Info
Aegon Retireready
£ £ £

Beginner Investor

  • Easy to use
  • More focused on pensions
  • Pretty vanilla - won't offend but not super exciting
38% Info
Barclays
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Only open to current account customers
  • Wide choice of investments
  • Still very old-school and rigid
38% Info
Virgin Money
£ £ £

Beginner Investor

  • Really simple
  • Only 5 investment options
  • Quick and easy
38% Info
Chelsea Investment Intelligence
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Too expensive
  • Good fund research
33% Info
Selftrade
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Better suited to share traders
  • Costs are fair
  • Needs a digital revamp
27% Info
Willis Owen
£ £ £

Confident Investor

  • Wide investment range
  • Frustrating user experience
  • Nice research and content
0% Info