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Did you know that Children's Tax-Exempt Savings Plans (TESPs) also provide a long-term, tax-free way to save for your children's future?


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Did you know that Children's Tax-Exempt Savings Plans (TESPs) also provide a long-term, tax-free way to save for your children's future?

Babies born from January 2011 are no longer eligible for a Child Trust Fund, and the government only plans to introduce the Junior ISA as an alternative in autumn. Click here to find out more about the most tax-efficient way right now to build up a nest-egg for your child, and compare providers. 

 

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Interesting Fact

Alternative to CTFs


Rather than use your savings account to build your children's "egg nest", think about investing in the numerous savings products available through banks, building societies and the government. All offer better interest rates and tax advantages that your savings account won't be able to match.

Tax Exempt Saving Plans (TESPs)

One of the best ways to save for your children's future is the Tax-Exempt Savings Plans (TESPs) from friendly societies. TESPs offer parents a simple way to save up to £25 for each family member per month in addition to, or instead of, a CTF.

TESPs can help you build up a lump sum for any child through small regular payments. You choose when the money is available for them, but the policy must run until they’re at least 16 and run for a minimum of 10 years.

TESPs are available for every member of the household so a family of four could save up to £100 a month tax-free and, provided the TESPs have been set up in the parent's names, the money remains firmly under their control. In addition, the flexibility of TESPs mean that they can be set up to mature at different points in a child's life.

Providers with TESPs
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