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Junior Bonds FAQs

A Junior Bond is a type of tax-exempt savings plan that allows you to invest on behalf of a child. You can open one for any child under 16, even if you're not related to them.

You choose how long the money stays invested for when you open the bond between 10 and 25 years which gives you control over how old the child must be before they get the money.

Got the answers you need? Visit the main Junior Bonds page to open a Junior Bond.

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Open a Junior Bond

Start investing on behalf of a child from as little as £15 a month.


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Find out about Junior ISAs

We also offer a Junior ISA which allows you to invest up to £9,000 a year on behalf of a child.


Visit Junior ISA page

Explore other children's saving options

Our guide to saving on behalf of children takes you through the main options.


Visit the children's savings guide