14th December 2022

Further questions answered on Junior ISAs

When it comes to Junior ISAs, there are a lot of questions that people have. What is the difference between a Junior ISA and a regular high-interest savings account? How do I transfer my junior ISA? Can I open a Junior ISA for an unborn baby? These are just some of the questions that we…

1st December 2022

Junior ISAs for nieces and nephews

A Junior ISA is a great way to save for your niece or nephew’s future. They offer tax-free savings and the investment growth is tax-free, up to the annual limit.  However, you cannot open a Junior ISA for them – only a parent or guardian can do that. An aunt or uncle can, however, pay…

14th November 2022

The gift of giving a Junior ISA

It’s that time of year again when uncles, aunties and grandparents are scratching their heads wondering what to buy the children in their lives for Christmas. It can be a difficult task, especially when kids seem to have everything they want. But have you considered giving the gift of a Junior ISA? A Junior ISA…

28th September 2022

The Children’s ISA: How to Protect Your Child’s Future Savings from Inflation

Inflation is a sneaky thief. It can quietly steal the value of your money, without you even realising it. That’s why it’s important to protect your savings from inflation, especially if you’re saving for your child’s future. The Children’s ISA is launching a new range of funds which are designed to shield investments from inflation…

11th August 2022

Is there an ISA for babies?

Saving for your child’s future can seem like a daunting task, but it is important to start as early as possible. Many parents wonder if there is a ‘Baby ISA?’ – the answer is no, there is no specific product for babies, but there is a product called a Junior ISA which can be opened…

15th July 2022

Saving for the future – the low down on our Junior Investment ISAs

It is natural to want to save for the next generation and, our Junior Investment ISA (JISA) can help you do just that. There is a myriad of options available for parents (or grandparents) when it comes to investing for a child’s future, here’s the low down on our Junior Investment ISAs. Tax implications With…

8th June 2022

Ways to save for your grandchildren – some options to explore

When it comes to saving for a grandchild, there are a number of options to consider. You could open a Junior Cash ISA, Junior Investment ISA, savings account or premium bonds. But what’s the best option for you and your grandchild? In this piece, we will explore the various choices and help you make an…

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