do you have a junior ISA and can you recommend one?

(6 Posts)
spritesoright Wed 16-Oct-13 15:44:35

Just wondering if you have a junior ISA, who the provider is and if you know what the annual fees are and are happy with the service. Ideally I'd like one that I can direct debit each month rather than contribute to annually.
Any suggestions?

derektheladyhamster Wed 16-Oct-13 15:52:04

My son has one with the halifax which, as long as you have an isa with them, gives 6%. I opened myself an isa with £1 in.

spritesoright Wed 16-Oct-13 19:35:59

Thanks hamsterlady. Do you happen to know the fees yearly? Did you research rates or just go for one you knew?

theboutiquemummy Wed 16-Oct-13 19:42:33

FamilyFriendly investments have a brilliant ethical junior isa

cleadale Wed 16-Oct-13 19:44:34

I second the Halifax for a children's cash ISA - interest was 6% last year and still is (I think) as long as you hold an adult ISA. Mine also has a £1 balance wink.

derektheladyhamster Wed 16-Oct-13 20:29:31

I checked via a few comparison sites. I don't think there are any fees, but it's a cash isa not a stocks and shares one.

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