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Education fees planning

Giving your children the best start in life with a good education can put a strain on family finances, if you don't plan ahead. Fees for private schools and university may need to be paid for many years.

We provide advice on how to build a sufficient lump sum to pay for your children's or grandchildren's education. With rising fees and inflation ruling out traditional savings accounts, we offer tax-efficient, flexible alternatives, including investment fund portfolios, regular savings plans, and trusts. The choice depends on your personal and financial circumstances.

Investment funds can be set up and managed, for example, using a trust or foundation allowing grandparents to contribute to your children's education while reducing inheritance tax liability.

With careful, early planning substantial savings can be made on the cost of your children's primary, secondary & tertiary education.

Click here to arrange an informal chat about building a lump sum for your children's education Conversations will be conducted in your own language.

The value and prices of investments can go down as well as up, and you may not get back the full amount invested. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. Currency fluctuations will affect the value of overseas investments. Emerging markets can be more risky than developed markets. Current tax levels and reliefs may vary and will depend on your personal circumstances.

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PIC Education Fees Guide

Protect your children's future

We offer international life insurance, should the worst happen to you or your partner, and income protection cover, so that you can continue to make payments towards your children's education, if you're unable to work.

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