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Nutmeg charges a single, simple fee for managing your investments. And as you earn nutmegs, that fee goes down.
Nutmeg's fee levels
|Annual Fee||Nutmegs collected|
(0.83% excl. VAT)
(0.75% excl. VAT)
(0.5% excl. VAT)
(0.25% excl. VAT)
How to earn nutmegs
You earn nutmegs by investing money, sticking with us and inviting your friends. The more nutmegs you have, the lower your fee - down to as little as 0.3 per cent (0.25 per cent excl. VAT). And what's more, nutmegs don't expire.
30,000 nutmegs for starting out
5,000 for completing your profile.
15,000 for investing in your first fund. 10,000 for signing up with Direct Debit.
Two nutmegs for every £1 deposit
And we won't take them away when you withdraw money.
20,000 nutmegs for every friend
10,000 for you and 20,000 for them — as soon as they sign up. 10,000 more for you when they invest.
20,000 nutmegs every six months
20,000 for each six-month period after your initial deposit that you stay investing with us.
See some examples of how your nutmegs add up
Reaching Nutmeg Plus
You've invested your first £5,000 and set up a regular Direct Debit. Three friends you’ve invited have also invested with Nutmeg. Well done: you've comfortably earned 100,000 nutmegs and made it to Nutmeg Plus with a fee level of 0.9 per cent.
Reaching Nutmeg Premier
After being invited by a friend, you've invested £50,000 with Nutmeg over 18 months through Direct Debit. Five friends have also invested following your invitation. With 310,000 nutmegs, you've reached Nutmeg Premier, with fees of 0.6 per cent.
Reaching Nutmeg Executive
After three years of investing with Nutmeg, you have invested £250,000, spread the word to 17 friends who are all now Nutmeg investors and you were invited by a friend. You have 1 million nutmegs and have reached Nutmeg Executive with fees of just 0.3 per cent.
Always know what you're paying
We don't like keeping you in the dark. We'll automatically deduct our fees from your Nutmeg account, and you'll get a clear statement once a month. You can see the total amount of fees you've paid at any time.
Lower fees make a world of difference
Even seemingly small differences in management fees can make a huge difference over the long term.