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Stakeholder Pension

Stakeholder Pension for children

The sooner you invest in a pension plan, the longer your investments have to grow. You can give your children or grandchildren a head start by investing for them in an Aviva Stakeholder Pension plan.

A great investment for their future

If you've ever wished that you'd started investing for your own retirement earlier, you'll understand the importance of starting a pension plan early. With an Aviva Stakeholder Pension plan you can give your children's or grandchildren's futures a great start.

It's an ideal way of helping them to start investing for their retirement particularly as under current tax rules HM Revenue & Customs will add 20% basic rate tax relief to your payments.

Investing for the long term

You can start investing now towards your children's or grandchildren's retirements with an Aviva Stakeholder Pension plan in their names. The money in your children or grandchildren's pension plans will remain invested until they are at least 55 based on current pension legislation, so this is a long-term investment with plenty of opportunity for growth.

Bear in mind that the value of investments can go down as well as up, so when your children or grandchildren come to retire their fund could be worth less than the amount paid in. The rules relating to tax and age limits could also change in the future.

How much can you invest?

The minimum investment into an Aviva Stakeholder Pension plan is £20 and you can currently invest up to £2,880 each year, net of basic rate tax at 20%, on each child's behalf. Please bear in mind that tax rules may change in the future.

Get a quote and apply online

It's easy to get an instant quote and apply online for a Stakeholder Pension from Aviva. If you have any doubts about the suitability of a product or fund you should seek financial advice. If you don't have a financial adviser you can find an adviser in your area at Unbiased. Where advice is provided there may be an additional charge to you.

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