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Investments for children when they turn 18?

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jogym Sun 17-Aug-08 15:04:24

I would like to invest money for my two children so that they will have a lump sum when they turn 18. Would an ISA be the way to go. I don't mind not being able to withdraw money.

fiodyl Sun 17-Aug-08 22:06:42

It would depend on how much you wanted to invest and if it was a lump sum or smaller amounts on a regular basis.

Also how willing you are to take a risk with the money and the term you wish to invest for.

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