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    If you would like to start a Junior ISA, or if you already pay into one for your child or grandchild, don’t forget to open or top up the account before 5 April 2019.
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    Did you know that you could be taxed on interest earned by money that you've given your children? Here's how to mitigate this and also how to make your children's savings (and earnings) as tax efficient as possible.
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    Children who are encouraged to save are far more likely to continue saving as adults, according to research by the Royal Economic Society, so a little time invested now could mean your children will reap the rewards in adulthood.