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Investing for children

Important information: The value of investments can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you invest. Investors should note that the views expressed may no longer be current and may have already been acted upon. This information is not a personal recommendation for any particular investment. If you are unsure about the suitability of an investment you should speak to an authorised financial adviser.

Investing for children

Toby Sims

Why it’s vital young people learn about investing

COVID makes it even more important the young can build secure futures

Toby Sims

Toby Sims Fidelity Personal Investing - 17 Mar 2021

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Give them the gift of saving this Christmas

Ditch the fads and give them something to last

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 15 Dec 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Does your 18 year old know they’re about to get a windfall?

As the Child Trust Fund comes of age, it seems it isn’t all bad turning 18 in 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 25 Aug 2020

Ed Monk

Best way to save for your child

This week, we’re focusing on saving and investing for children.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 10 Jul 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

All you need to know about investing for children

How to make your child financially independent

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 10 Jul 2020

Maike Currie

Today’s lesson: Adding finance to the home curriculum

Teach your kids the basics of saving and spending

Maike Currie

Maike Currie Fidelity Personal Investing - 16 Apr 2020

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