Trust Fund Savings

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Trust fund savings can be used for a number of purposes. A trust fund savings account will be overseen by a trustee on behalf of a child, relative, friend or even a charitable trust.

The trustee will invest capital usually with a specific aim in mind, for example, to give a child a financial head-start in life when they turn 18 or to provide a charity with a lump sum donation once the trust fund has matured.

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  • Provided the fund is left untouched, a trust fund savings account can deliver a significant lump sum when it reaches maturity
  • Timescale and investment risk can vary to accommodate the aims and objectives of the trust fund

Alternatively, if you are looking for a savings account that can benefit you rather than someone else, click on the link below to compare a range of leading savings accounts: