Child trust funds and Junior ISAs – what windfall could your 18 year old receive this year?

In this video, Staci West covers: What is a CTF?, its replacement the Junior ISA, what it could all be worth and offers some ideas as to where you might like to invest for your kids’ futures.

If you think you may have a CTF but are not sure which provider it is with, you can get help here: www.shares4schools.co.uk/useful-resources/find-ctf/

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