With a Junior ISA, you can save for your child's future with tax-free savings. The maximum you can add to a Junior ISA is £4,260 per tax year.
Once your child turns 18, the account becomes an adult ISA, and they get full control of the cash.
There's more than one type of Junior ISA on the market. You can get a Junior Cash ISA, which comes with a guaranteed interest rate, or you can invest the savings in a Junior Stocks and Shares ISA. There are many Junior ISA providers to choose from.
With all that choice, it's important to separate the good from the bad, and our Junior ISA reviews can help you do that.
This is our leaderboard - a list of the best Junior ISAs out there, as rated by the Smart Money People community.
If you've taken out a Junior ISA, let us know what you thought of it by leaving a review.