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Isa Q&As

Five key questions on Isa rules answered
Isa Q&As

How 16 and 17-year-olds can invest extra money in an Isa

The pros and cons of holding more esoteric investments in an Isa

Isa IHT rules

Can 16 and 17-year-olds invest in an individual savings account (Isa) and a Junior Isa?

Yes, 16 and 17-year-olds can have both a Junior Isa and a cash Isa. This means that in the current tax year they could, in effect, invest £29,000 within these wrappers – £20,000 in the cash Isa and £9,000 in the junior Isa. Anyone can pay into a child’s Isa – parents, grandparents and others.

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