Parents can stash up to £9,000 a year in a Junior Isa for a child, and a third of those who are investors themselves have considered the option, according to research by Fidelity International. If you open a Junior Isa when your child is born, means you can explore some niche and volatile areas of the market. One should ensure that the funds they select contain engaging and innovative companies that are well known to young people will ensure they remain interested and continue to invest well into the future. Costs can build up over time, so make sure you’re opting for a Junior Isa with low charges – meaning more money for your child’s future.
Have you invested in a Junior ISA?