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Guide to Junior ISAs

GUIDE TO JUNIOR ISAS

Junior ISAs are a popular way for family and friends to build up tax-efficient savings and investments for eligible children to help them with the cost of university, provide a deposit for a house or simply give them a great start in life.

This guide is not personalised advice, but explains:

  • How to start a Junior ISA and how they work
  • The tax benefits of investing in a Junior ISA
  • How to maximise your child's investments and avoid common mistakes
  • Which investments to consider - shares, funds and asset allocation are all covered
  • How to transfer a Child Trust Fund to a Junior ISA

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    This guide is not personalised advice. Please seek advice if unsure. Please remember tax rules can change and the value of the tax benefits will depend on your child's circumstances. Money in a Junior ISA cannot be accessed before the child's 18th birthday. The value of investments can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest.