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The Next Generation
In the latest episode of MoneyTalk we look at ways of investing and passing on wealth to the next generation. Maike Currie explains how a Junior ISA can help children avoid student debt or help them get their first foot on the property ladder. Once you’ve opened a Junior ISA for a child, you’ll need to decide where to invest the savings - here Tom Stevenson’s video clip on emerging markets could be helpful, explaining why these regions offer enticing growth opportunities for those with the advantage of time on their side. Ed Monk explores how a pension can be used as a way of passing on wealth, while the final video in our Mind the Gap series explains how parents can mind the childcare gap.
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