How to make a debit card payment into your Smart Investor Investment Account or ISA

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Once your account is open and you’re comfortable with how it works, you may want to make regular or one-off payments into it. Here’s how to get started.

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How to make a debit card payment to your Smart Investor Investment ISA or Investment account.

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Now, it's easy to make a payment to your Smart Investor account online.

Start by clicking the Smart Investor account you'd like to pay into from the home screen or select the Investments tab at the top of the page, then an account.

Click on 'Pay in'.

Tell us if this is a one-off amount or a regular payment, select the account or choose 'Debit Card' from the drop-down menu, then add the amount you'd like to pay in before clicking on 'Review'.

Please note that if you were paying in to an investment ISA, we may ask you to complete an ISA declaration if it has been a full tax year since you last deposited cash.

If everything's correct, click on 'Continue'.

Add your card payment details and if you're happy, click make a payment.

Wait for the payment to complete.

And you're done.

Remember to look at our other videos to help you make the most of your Smart Investor account.

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