Investing for your kids or grandchildren – part 2

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In the lead up to Christmas, we have been reviewing how you can invest on behalf of your kids or grandchildren. Last week, we looked at buying shares, kids’ bank accounts and tax issues for minors (see https://switzersuperreport.com.au/investing-for-your-kids-or-grandchildren-part-1/)

In this second part, we look at  two indirect investment options - insurance bonds and education savings plans.

What is an insurance/investment bond?

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