Junior individual savings accounts (JISA)

Junior individual savings accounts (JISA) offer a tax efficient way for parents to invest on behalf of their children, up to certain limits each year. Parents of children under 16 that do not have a Child Trust Fund can open a JISA in the child’s name.

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Pension Myth #4 Property is Better

Many regard investing in property as a one-way street. Rents go up and house prices rise even faster. A buy-to-let property can be a great investment, but there really are no guarantees....read more from our Pension Myths Explained.

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