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VIDEO: The best ways to save for children

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Kids are an expensive business but if you have any spare money to set aside, starting a savings account for your child will always be worthwhile. 

Perhaps you want to build a nest egg for a newborn? Or maybe you want to help your teenager onto the property ladder? Or do your own parents want to start saving for their grandchild’s future?

In our latest video, we’re joined by Tom Stevenson of Fidelity International who takes us through all the options.



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