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Mistakes to avoid when investing for children

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Would we sooner see grandparents investing in a Junior ISA for our kids than adding to the pile of toys this Christmas? Join Becky, Kyle and personal finance analyst Myron Jobson as they pick out some of the ways to invest for children, reveal the mistake parents often make with JISAs, and share how they teach their own children about investing. Plus, find out what premium bonds and Power Rangers have in common.

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Kyle Caldwell is Collectives Editor at interactive investor. Becky O'Connor is an independent pensions and savings expert.

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