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Child Trust Funds

The CTF was a Government-run scheme that allowed children born between the dates of 1 September 2002 and 2 January 2011 to save tax-free for the long term, with added benefit from the Government.

How Does An ISA Work ?

The structures of ISAs were changed in April 2008. There are only two kinds now - cash and investment. Mini and Maxi ISAs no longer exist.

What Is An ISA And How Do I Get One ?

If you pay income tax and have some spare money to save or invest you should know about Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs). ISAs have been available since April 1999, and they offer an attractive tax-free option to anyone aged 16 or over. Junior ISA’s (JISA’s) are available to those aged under 16.

OEIC Advantages Over Unit Trusts

As it can cost less for fund managers to run an OEIC than a unit trust, some companies reduced their initial charges when they converted their unit trusts to OEICs, although annual charges remain much the same.

Unit Trusts And OEICs Explained

You can pool your money together with other investors with OEICs and Unit Trusts. They are a form of collective investment that allows you to participate in a wider range of investments than can normally be achieved on your own, with smaller sums of money. Pooling your money with others also reduces the risk.

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