Friends and relatives can pay up to PS3,600 a year into either a Child Trust Fund or a Junior ISA and money is locked away until the child is 18.
What does CTF stand for?
CTF stands for Child Trust Fund (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
PARENTS were urged yesterday to apply for the child trust fund top-up in Wales before it is too late.
AS PART of our efforts to tackle child poverty, the Welsh Assembly Government is offering every child in Year 1 a pounds 50 top-up to their Child Trust Fund account.
PARENTS in Yorkshire want their children to spend their Child Trust Fund on education, according to research.
LONDON, April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- - Fourth Anniversary of Child Trust Fund 'Going Live' Over GBP3.
More than half of British parents would rather their children received a contribution to their savings, rather than the latest expensive must-have toy, according to research by Child Trust Fund provider Family Investments.
NEARLY a third of Child Trust Fund vouchers are going unused three years after the Government scheme was launched.
That's the number of families yet to claim Child Trust Fund vouchers.