Feathering the nest

July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p45
The article offers tips on how to invest money for a child's education and a house deposit. It is suggested that parents should assure that their own finances are as efficient as possible and then gift money to their children. It is also advised that parents would be better off paying credit card or store card with an interest rate of 15% at the expense of saving for their children.


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