I learned through reading different financial self-help books and listening to financial advices that one way of saving for our children's future is to get a cash isa or the cash individual savings account. This is a popular investment in UK compared to the regular savings account. Why? Because you don't pay income tax of the interest on cash isa or any increase in your investment. This means more money to save. This is the kind of savings that I like.
Another thing that I learned is that you can also check out credit unions to start saving for your kids, especially here in the US. Most credit unions have higher interest rates and best to also start saving your kids money. I would love to have that cash isa but I have to check out our bank if they have a similar program. How about you? How do you save for your children's future?