Kyle Caldwell, Money Observer’s deputy editor, is on the lookout for an investment to potentially buy and hold for the next 18 years.
Investing for children
For younger family members, here are some financial gifts that won’t be consigned to the dustbin come Boxing Day.
Record numbers are saving for retirement, but the amount of money savers are putting into a pension is far too low. Liz Alley at Brewin Dolphin has a solution.
Investment trusts are able to meet the different objectives of investors as requirements change in the transition from cradle to grave.
Money in a child's Jisa or pension might not count as their favourite gift on the big day, but they'll have much to thank you for in the future.
What are the best ways to help your child while encouraging independence, asks Sarah Lord at Killik Chartered Financial Planners.
With the end of the tax year on the horizon, now is the time to make sure you've made good use of your tax-free allowances.
It's never too early to start saving for children, and there are plenty of options - from Jisas to investment company schemes.
On average, first-time buyers must find 82 per cent of annual income to put down a 20 per cent deposit, so they need all the help they can get.
Junior individual savings accounts have advantages over the old child trust funds and grown-up Isas too, explains Sam Barratt.