Win £200 for your child this Christmas to put in an Orbis Access Junior ISA

Orbis Access Junior ISA

As a parent, if there’s one thing I want my daughter to be able to do in life, it’s for her to grow up knowing the importance of money, the value of it, and how to save and manage it.

As I child myself, I was an avid saver – and having this financial ethic from an early age is something that I’ve taken with me all the way through adulthood, enabling me to side-step many a financial crisis that so many of my peers found themselves in.

I’ve covered the importance of teaching our children the value of money, and how we can go about doing that on the blog previously – and one great way of doing this is by helping them to get off to a good start with their very own nest egg which will grow with them through to adulthood (although of course, we should always bear in mind that when investing, your capital is at risk).

So when I heard that the the lovely folk at Orbis Access are spreading the cheer by giving you the chance to win a a contribution of £200 which will be invested into an Orbis Access Junior ISA for your children, then I just had to shout it from the rooftops!

I mean after all, what better Christmas gift than your child’s very own nest egg which can be built on year after year by yourselves, grandparents, family members or friends….after all…it’s the gift that keeps on giving. Plus there’s the added bonus for the lucky winner that they will match up to £100 of any money you decide to contribute on top of the £200 ( up to £100) taking it all the way up to £400 – hurrah!

Orbis Access Junior ISA

So how can you be in with a chance of winning?

Well it’s incredibly simple really. You can choose to enter either:

  • Through the Orbis Access Facebook page where you’re encouraged to like the page and leave a comment
  • By following Orbis Access on Twitter

Enter here now via Gleam:

Orbis Access

Spreading the Christmas cheer and teaching our children about the importance of money at the same time? I’ll drink to that. Good luck everybody!

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