This answer applies to Stocks and Shares ISAs and General Accounts only. If you want to withdraw money from a pension, go to withdrawing money from a pension.
If you choose and manage your investments yourself
If the money in your Stocks and Shares ISA or General Account is currently invested, you’ll need to sell your funds first. And if you haven't made a withdrawal before you'll need to enter your bank account details. We may also need to verify these. If that’s the case, we’ll be in touch with details of what you’ll need to provide.
Once you have cash available in your account, you can withdraw it following these steps:
Log into your account.
Select 'Payments' from the 'My Portfolio' menu
Select 'Money out'
Any money held as cash and available for withdrawal will be shown here. Select ‘Withdraw cash'
Follow the on-screen instructions. When you withdraw cash it takes 1 working day. A sale takes 2 to 4 to be paid to your bank account.
If we choose and manage your investments for you
You'll need to send us a secure message, including the amount you want to withdraw. We'll do the rest for you. The whole process takes around 5 business days to reach your bank account.
To make a withdrawal you'll need to have a bank account added to your Vanguard account. Once you have cash available in your account, you can withdraw it following these steps:
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