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My Child Trust Fund is maturing, what are my options?

Your Child Trust Fund matures when you turn 18. At this point, you'll be able to choose what to do with your money. You can:

  • Keep saving it all with OneFamily
  • Keep saving some with OneFamily and withdraw some
  • Withdraw all of it

Find out more in our next steps guide.

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You can become the registered contact for your child trust fund at 16, and you'll be able to do what you want with your money at 18. Find out more about how you can access your child trust fund.

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