Guide to Junior ISAs
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Give their future potential a boost
This year you can save and invest up to £4,128 on behalf of a child in a Junior ISA. These tax-efficient accounts are a popular way for family and friends to help a child with the costs they might face later in life.
Request your free guide and find out:
- How Junior ISAs work and the tax benefits
- The difference between Cash and Stocks & Shares Junior ISAs
- Ways to invest in a Stocks & Shares Junior ISA
- How to transfer a Child Trust Fund to a Junior ISA
This free guide is not personal advice. Please remember tax rules can change and the value of the tax benefits will depend on your child's circumstances. Unlike cash, investments can fall as well as rise in value and they carry additional risks so your child could get back less than you invest. Before transferring, ensure you won't incur excessive exit fees and that your child will benefit. If you are unsure of the suitability of any investment you should seek advice.