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    • Moneysavingnovice20
    • By Moneysavingnovice20 10th Jul 17, 5:38 PM
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    Multiple portfolios under one ISA wrapper?
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    • 10th Jul 17, 5:38 PM
    Multiple portfolios under one ISA wrapper? 10th Jul 17 at 5:38 PM
    I have started saving for my children under my own stocks and shares ISA wrapper (I am uneasy with the JISA rules).

    I currently separate 'their' savings from mine by keeping them in different funds, however, I'd like to find a platform which allows me to separate my funds into different portfolios, whilst remaining under my ISA wrapper. Any suggestions...?
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    • Alexland
    • By Alexland 10th Jul 17, 9:39 PM
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    You could just buy different funds with the money intended for your children (eg vanguard instead of blackrock) but it would incur higher transaction fees.

    Or go with the JISA and change the account contact address to a trusted friend's before the 16th birthday?
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