The new fees mean that of all the robo-advisors, Wealthify offers the cheapest managed portfolio with £20,000 or less invested. Similar to other robo-advisers (such as Wealthsimple, Nutmeg and Moneyfarm). The risk profiler and questionnaire is straightforward enough and there are nice prompts throughout. We are not regulated to give personal financial advice - This isn’t full-fat regulated financial advice. The performance data (especially for 2019) compares favourably with its peers for its higher risk portfolios, even against the likes of. But Wealthify's move to simplify its fee structure (which is admirable in itself) now means that it is more expensive for investors with over £50,000 to invest than it was previously. Our Nutmeg investment review found that Nutmeg’s UK robo advisers come with two separate investment styles and pricing scales. The app is very easy to use and the Investment Adviser I spoke with was very helpful in choosing my portfolio and explaining the fee structure, which is much more reasonable than other options for my ISA. The extra level of security is good. You can unsubscribe at any time. Have you ever wondered what to do with that spare change rattling around your wallet? if you would like to propose an ISA or pension provider for us to add. The performance so far has exceeded my expectations, so no complaints! In my review back in 2018, I remarked that Wealthify was less competitive for investors with over £500k, but then they reduced their fees for those wishing to invest over £100k down to 0.40%. Wealthify or any other robo-advice service for that matter won't suit those wanting to be more involved in how and where their money is invested. Wealthify vs MoneyFarm vs Nutmeg performance. However, the text colour merges into the background on some pages – fashionable? You therefore don't get to pick your own individual funds or shares. Given how impressed I was with Wealthsimple's overall performance (see my Wealthsimple review) Wealthify customers should be able to sleep easily, as long as they aren't invested in its cautious portfolios. If you change your mind, you can unsubscribe at any time. Nutmeg Review: Fully Managed vs Fixed Allocation Portfolios. We'll never share your details and you can unsubscribe any time. You are then presented with a projected value for your investment by the end of your stated investment term, but of course this is not guaranteed. I am considering changing these to Vanguard, but I am unsure if transferring across providers is a simple process, and if they can transfer without issues. Its charges are very competitive for both smaller but less so for larger investors (those with over £100k to invest) due to its flat fee structure. So far Wealthsimple are keeping me happy.

Wealthsimple is simple to use – there is a distinct lack of jargon, processes are smooth, and the app is simple, clear and useful. Also I am confused, as I would maybe like to invest over a few different platforms, but it seems you can only pay into one per year?". While the Vice Fund doubled investors’ money in its first five years (2002–2007), by the start of 2019 the FTSE4Good was the leading fund of these three. Critical illness insurance – what is it, and is it worth having? We compare costs at Nutmeg, Wealthify and MoneyFarm. ** Wealthsimple will manage the first £10,000 free for a year. Here are some tips on how to pick a good financial adviser. If you choose to join us, there's an invite code and things on our sub, which will help you get discounted fees. Wealthsimple? Take a look at the bottom of this page, to see the top 10 most bought and sold ESG funds on the Fidelity website in February 2019:, Join the 10,000+ people who get our weekly blog. We love customer reviews because it’s the only way we can check the user experience across a meaningful sample of independent people. Really informative links within the logged-in page, making a big effort to demystify the industry jargon. The complete opposite. advice, as and when required.

Unfortunately, because of the relative youth of ethical investing, and all the confusion over how to define 'ethical' options, there is currently no easy way to compare the ethical options out there. Account set-up, funding and transacting was all smooth and straightforward. If you want to keep it super simple I would look at Nutmeg, Wealthify or Wealthsimple - you can read more about them on our Best Buys pages. As the table above shows, Wealthify is now very competitive for those with less than £100,000 to invest but not so for those with more than £100,000.

Will Scalable Capital or Moneyfarm provide better long-term returns? I'm going to be away next year but when I return I'm going to switch to vanguard. Please contact us at I've been with Wealthsimple for over 2 years now and am very pleased with the service.

you could split your allowance between one Cash ISA and one Stocks & Shares ISA, but not between two Stocks & Shares ISAs). *Nutmeg will waive its management charges for the first 12 months. I am a beginner investor and would like to invest in a "socially responsible" Stocks & Shares ISA. Those with more than £100,000 invested pay 0.5% and get access to investment planning and airline lounges. Nothing of note to improve. Robo-funds are being heavily advertised. In this regard Wealthify is much slicker than many of its peers as you get straight into building an investment portfolio. Recommended! No charges for opening or closing accounts so you could move to another service if you become unhappy in the future. If you change your mind, you can unsubscribe at any time. The arrival of Aviva should soothe that headache for Wealthify as it can now be promoted to Aviva's extensive client database. I highly recommend them! of your money.