Child Trust Funds
Parents are almost universally against Conservative Party plans to cut the Child Trust Fund (CTF), according to research from Family Investments.
The cost of having adult children is hitting parents hard, with new research out today showing they expect the cost of supporting an 18 to 30-year-old to exceed £30,000.
Latest figures from TISA - Tax Incentivised Savings Association - point to the continued strong growth for the Child Trust Fund (CTF).
What a difference five years make - back in 2005 interest rates were on the rise and the UK savings ratio was headed for its lowest point in nearly half a century - fast forward to 2010 and the trends have reversed with one savings scheme in particular leading the march and engaging the UK population; the Child Trust Fund (CTF).
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) quarterly statistics released today reveal a rise in the number of Child Trust Fund (CTF) accounts opened by parents within a year of receiving a CTF voucher.
New figures out from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) show that nearly three quarters of all Child Trust Funds (CTFs) are proactively opened within a year of a child's birth.
F&C has linked up with specialist parenting website ichild.co.uk to become its Children's Savings Partner.
In an extension of their financial offering, Family Investments, the UK's leading Child Trust Fund (CTF) provider, has teamed up with the NCT (National Childbirth Trust), to launch a new Child Trust Fund, the first one provided alongside a charity.
More than one in five parents have been borrowing from their children's savings account, with 44% of them borrowing between £200 and £500, the majority taking money over five months or less it was revealed today.
Christmas is just around the corner, and as parents and relatives look for inspiration, they might want to consider including a gift which will last years after the festive period is over (alongside the usual, more instantly gratifying presents and treats).
The UK's grandparents are saving parents just over £5 billion each year in childcare costs, a new research study reveals today.
In its Pre-Budget Report submission TISA - Tax Incentivised Savings Association - is reiterating its support for the concept of a Workplace ISA as part of a more flexible savings approach to finance retirement.
Family Investments, trusted supplier of financial solutions for the family, today announces that it has broken through the 1 million mark for Child Trust Funds (CTFs).
As David Cameron highlighted during his speech - The Big Society - social mobility remains a key challenge in the development of the UK.
New figures out suggest that the Child Trust Fund (CTF) is the most successful savings scheme in the UK according to leading CTF provider, The Children's Mutual.
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