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  • How Can Grandparents Save for their Grandchildren?

    Grandchildren are our pride and joy. There is no better feeling than watching them grow and blossom from troublesome tots to thriving teens and adults. Helping your grandchildren build a solid financial foundation is one of the greatest gifts a grandparent can give.
  • Save, spend, save again!

    Whilst an increase in your social life is no doubt in full flow, it’s important to be mindful about continuing with that savings practise.
  • How to save money for Children

    Your child or grandchild deserves the best of everything! As a parent or grandparent, it is only natural that you want to give them the very best start in life and set them up for a wonderful, worry-free future.
  • Child Trust Fund Maturities – a quick guide

    What happens to my Child Trust Fund when I turn 18? How do I find my Child Trust Fund? Foresters has the answers!
  • Five Fun Board Games That Help Teach Children About Money

    Christmas gift ideas that will please the kids, while you enjoy the fact that they're learning valuable lessons about how to manage money.
  • Making the most of My Money Week at home

    While schools may not be open for all children right now, you can still teach your children key life lessons.
  • Junior ISA tax deadlines for 2020/2021

    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 2021.
  • How to open a Junior ISA in the current 2020/2021 Tax Year

    If you are thinking about starting a savings account so you can put aside money for your child’s future, you may be considering a Junior ISA (JISA).
  • 3 things to consider when choosing a Junior ISA in the 2020/2021 tax year

    If you are thinking about saving for your child’s future by opening a Junior ISA and are not sure where to start, here is a short checklist of points to consider, to help you along the way.
  • Teaching your child about finance with digital pocket money

    When you have children, it’s not only important to plan your own money and save for their future, but it’s also important to teach your children about money and instill some financial education.
  • Adults Vs Teens – Who are the savers & spenders?

    Worrying about how your teenager handles their money? Don't. Our Saving for Children research found that they are more responsible than we think when it comes to money.
  • What’s the best saving account for my child?

    When it comes to building up a pot of cash for a child’s future, there’s a lot to consider…
  • Keep your children’s money out of the taxman’s reach

    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.
  • How to Teach the X-Box Generation Essential Money Skills

    It’s game on when it comes to teaching the X-Box generation essential money skills.
  • 5 ways to teach children about saving in Global Money Week

    This week is Global Money Week, which focuses on a subject we care deeply about: teaching children about money.
  • 5 scary facts for Halloween: why a lack of financial education is truly frightening

    Children in England are now being taught about money as part of the national curriculum and we found some startling statistics which demonstrate the importance of financial education.
  • Do your children understand the value of money?

    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.