Posts for Categories: Children's Savings




How to teach your kids about money

by ewe

Financial instruments, investment portfolios and compound interest don’t immediately sound like typical topics of conversation to start with children but teaching them the core principles of money management is something best introduced to their lives as early as possible.

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Child Trust Funds – what you need to know

by Laura

The first of the children with Child Trust Funds will begin to turn 18 from 1st September 2020. Although this date seems a long way off, it’s a sensible idea to begin planning now.

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Saving for Children: Regional Parental Trends

by ewe

We all have differing attitudes towards money...

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2017 Charity Award – We have a winner!

by Dawn Gregory

This year we’ve let you decide which charity receives the £5,000 2017 Charity Award!

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The Importance of Saving For Your Child’s Future

by Dawn Gregory

There are so many things that parents have to worry about – their child’s first day at school or their first trip to the doctors.

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Sheffield Mutual’s babies look to have a bright financial future…

by Dawn Gregory

It has been a busy 12 months for Sheffield Mutual and it’s staff and not just in the office! we are pleased to announce two new ‘Sheffield Mutual’ babies born within days of each other.

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Focus on… Saving and Investing for Children

by Dawn Gregory

Sheffield Mutual offers a range of products for children, whether you want to invest a lump sum from just £100, a regular monthly premium from just £5 per month or a lump sum investment of up to £50,000, there is something for everyone!

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A boost for Children’s Savings by Curtis Parker

by Curtis Parker

The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, has earlier this week (23 November 2016) announced an increase in the Junior ISA limit from 6 April 2017. The subscription limit usually increases each year in line with Consumer Price Index (CPI) and will rise from £4,080 to £4,128.

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