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If you save your child benefit, where do you save it?

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TooTiredtoGoogle Tue 16-Aug-11 11:29:47

The other thread made me think I should really put this sum away for my two DDs in the future.

CogitoErgoSometimes Tue 16-Aug-11 11:36:14

I put a regular, small sum into a CTF run by Family Investments.... stocks and shares-related and matures when DS is 18. Ad hoc gifts go in an ordinary building society account. There is a new product coming out at the start of November which is a Junior ISA... worth a look if you're thinking long-term

givemeaclue Tue 16-Aug-11 12:00:42

I dont put into a ctf as I want something that the dcs can access (if neccessary) before they are 18, also the ctf is in their name and I want some control over what they spend it on. I put it into a high interest account with nationwide cannot remember what its called and into an isa, will be taking out the junior isas when they come out

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