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What does Investing Mean?

Simply put, investing is the process of putting aside money which we don't need to spend now, so that we have more to spend in the future. What we all aim for is achieving a good return on that money.

Why Invest?

We invest for a number of reasons:
  • Saving for a specific purpose
  • Building a pot of money for personal use at a later date
  • To beat inflation to ensure that we maintain a good standard of living

Before you Invest?

Before you invest, we recommend that you address three key areas:
  • You have sorted out any debt
  • You have adequate emergency funds
  • You have adequate financial protection to cover common risks such as being off work due to sickness or accident
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