Investing for children

Moneywise Children's Savings Awards 2017

Get your children into good financial habits by encouraging them to save – not spend – their pocket money or earnings.

Savvy ways to give your kids money

Tuesday, 12 December 2017 | Article

Rather than buy yet more toys for the kids in your family, consider setting up a saving or investment plan for them.

Deal of the week: Double your kids’ money this Christmas

Friday, 08 December 2017 | News

Invest in your children’s future and Orbis Access will double your investment, up to a limit of £100.

A third of parents admit to being more cautious when investing for their kids

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 | News

Parents investing for their children may be missing out on the opportunity to achieve better returns by plumping for lower risk investments despite the longer timeframe kids have to ebb out stock market highs and lows.

Women and Money: Investing for children

Wednesday, 08 November 2017 | TV /Video

Spring Budget 2017: The Moneywise verdict

Wednesday, 08 March 2017 | Article

Moneywise readers’ main Budget wish was for new savings incentives but they are likely to be...

More families tackling the inheritance taboo

Monday, 15 August 2016 | News

More families are tackling the ‘taboo’ question of inheritance but far too many still admit to never discussing it, according to research by Investec Wealth & Investment.

Your guide to the new inheritance tax rules

Thursday, 21 July 2016 | Article

When ex-Chancellor George Osborne announced the introduction of a new main residence nil-rate band in the Summer Budget 2015, he met the Conservatives’ long-term promise of raising the inheritance tax (IHT) threshold to £1...

Inheritance tax – then and now

Wednesday, 29 June 2016 | Blog | By Gary Adams

Looking out of the office window, summer may have finally arrived (although this statement is subject to change at any time), which means it’s time to read a decent book in the garden.

Could you use a little help with your finances?

Tuesday, 14 June 2016 | News

Financial planners differ from advisers as the latter are there to recommend specific products for their clients - something our readers may not feel they need much help with.

How can I give my late brother's property to my son without paying IHT?

Monday, 13 June 2016 | Question and Answer

No matter what your brother “would have wanted”, the only way to ensure it happens is with a valid will.