ISA Investment calculator

This calculator is designed to show how putting your money into an Aviva Stocks & Shares ISA could help you to achieve your investment goal.

The results are based on the figures you put in and the options you choose. They are only intended to give you an indication of possible returns and are not guaranteed. Investment returns can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invest.

This calculator does not provide personal advice or recommendations. If you are unsure whether this product is right for you, you should speak to a financial adviser. You can find one in your local area at

What is your investment goal?


About your ISAs

This is any amount you currently hold in an ISA with any provider previous to this tax year.


This is any amount you have already paid into an ISA this tax year.


How much do you want to invest?

You can pay in a single payment or regular payments, or both

The minimum you can pay into the Aviva Stocks & Shares ISA is £500. The maximum you can pay in is any amount up to your full allowance for this tax year providing you haven't already paid in this tax year.


The minimum you can pay into the Aviva Stocks & Shares ISA as a regular amount is £50 a month. The maximum you can pay is your remaining allowance, across the number of months left in this tax year.

PLEASE NOTE: we have assumed there are 11 more payments in this tax year

I'd like to select a different amount for future tax years

£ a month

Summary of contributions


This is the annual rate of growth anticipated. Whilst we have set the default to 5 %, this shouldn't be seen as an average, or in any way guaranteed. Investment returns cannot be predicted and may be higher or lower than this. You can change the expected rate of growth to see how different levels of investment return could affect what you get back.


Nothing on this site is personalised advice or a recommendation. If you need a personalised recommendation based on your personal circumstances you should seek financial advice. You can find an adviser in your area using

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