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JISA - A Junior ISA, like a regular ISA, is a tax-free savings or investment account held in a child’s name. ... More

It cannot be accessed by them until they reach 18, at which point it becomes an adult ISA. The annual allowance in the 2015/16 tax year is £4,080, and can be split into cash and/or stocks and shares JISAs.

Junior Sipp - A Junior SIPP is a pension pot set up in a child’s name by their parent or guardian. ... More

It is tax-exempt, and cannot be accessed until 10 years before the state retirement age. The annual maximum contribution allowance is currently £2,880, and the Government automatically adds up to 20% tax relief (maximum £720).