One of the easiest ways to grow a large investment is to start early.
There are a variety of ways to invest for children depending on their age and how much control the family want to have. We have covered the most common options below. With all four, the money can either be held in cash or invested in assets that will go up and down, such as the stock markets:
If you would like to have a coffee and a chat to discuss how best to set up your child(ren) financially, please get in touch to arrange a face-to-face, video or phone meeting with us.
The value of investments and the income derived from them can fall as well as rise. You may not get back what you invest.
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