Investing for children

Where I am investing my son’s Junior Isa

Just over four years ago I decided it was time for some 'skin in the game' and opened my first stocks and shares Isa account.

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Six financial stocking fillers that keep giving year after year

With the festive season in full swing, many people will be wondering what to get the little ones in their family this Christmas.

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Mind the generation gap: a plan to solve the pension crisis

It is no secret that the UK faces a pension crisis. Millions of Britons under the age of 50 are not saving enough and will struggle to live comfortably in retirement.

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23 investment trusts to see you from cradle to grave

Savings and investment products are important throughout our lives for either building up assets or providing the money we need to achieve our goals.

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Investment gifts for your children this Christmas

With today's kids likely to need thousands of pounds to get them through university and on to the property ladder, a Christmas gift that will help with some of these expenses is well worth considering.

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How to help your children financially: financial futures

With private education costs at an all-time high and fees having more than trebled since 1990, many parents will breathe a sigh of relief once their kids hit 18. However, this is probably a little bit premature.

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Everything you need to know about Isas, Jisas and pensions

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. Michael Trudeau runs through the nuts and bolts of Isa and pension investment.

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How to build your child's financial future

Savings and investments for children is big business, with building societies, banks and investment houses all looking to win their young customers for life.

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How to help your children get a foot on the property ladder

House price growth continues across the UK: the latest figures from the Halifax show that prices over the three months to May were up 8.7 per cent, compared with the same period in 2013.

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