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How you can take advantage of the loophole around the Junior ISA!
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Under-18s born on or after 3 January 2011, or before September 2002, qualify for a Junior ISA (JISA), which means they can save or invest up to £4, 128 in the 2017/2018 tax year. The youngsters can put as little or as much of the £4,128 allowance as they wish into a JISA.
However, on top of this, an adult cash ISA can be opened from the age of 16 with an annual allowance of £20,000, and currently there are no rules against having taking up both – meaning that between the ages of 16 and 17 they get two ISA allowances totaling £24,128.