True Potential Savings Accounts
Find out if True Potential could be the right provider for you and your savings.
True Potential LLP is one of the UK’s most innovative financial services groups. The company claims to work with nearly 20% of UK financial advisers, and provides products and technology to over 1.4 million private clients. Its aim is to revolutionise the way wealth management is delivered. True Potential owns impulseSave, a first-of-its kind top-up technology for investments.
With True Potential’s Stock & Shares ISA you get benefits from the Wealth Platform technology, which allows you to invest in True Potential portfolios and the Wealth Strategy Fund Range. In addition, it keep the charges low so that you have the potential for greater returns.
Continue reading to find out more about True Potential and their services.
What savings accounts do True Potential offer?
True Potential offer a range of investment accounts:
- Stocks & Shares ISA
- Junior ISA
- TPI Pension
- General Investment Account
- Offshore Bond
- Onshore Bond
Is it easy to switch to True Potential?
Yes, True Potential aim to make it as simple as possible to transfer to one of their accounts. You can start an account with as little as £50, and can transfer ISAs easily at no extra cost.
All you need to open an account with True Potential is to be over the age of 18.
How do I decide which account is for me?
You need to work out what it is you need from your bank account. Are you looking to put a bit of money away each month? Do you want to put some money away and restrict access to it? Are you after rewards or hoping to maximise interest?
You need to work out what you need before comparing the different offers available for certain types of bank account. Once you’ve done that, useful guidelines to compare include:
- Interest rates
- Fees (if there are any)
- Access to cash (if you need quick access for instance)
- Rewards and loyalty schemes (if you’re into the add-ons or switching bonuses)
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