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Saving and investing for their children's future is a priority for many parents, but a junior Isa is not necessarily the best way to do it
'At age 18 the Jisa automatically converts into an adult Isa and the child in whose name it is opened has control over the fund and can do what they want with the cash. This may not be what you intended: for example, what you thought would fund university could become, in the words of one adviser, a motorbike fund'