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Savings & Investments

How To Work Out A Savings Plan? 

You need to decide what you want to save for. Most of us have a mix of short, medium and long-term goals. It could be any of the following: 

  • Financial independence. 
  • Living debt-free. 
  • Unforeseen expenses. 
  • Buying a home. 
  • Buying a car or other big-ticket purchase. 
  • Medical emergencies. 
  • Planning your retirement. 
  • Building a college fund for your children. 

Then you need to think about the level of Investment risk you are willing to take. There Are Two Types Of Investment Risk To Consider 

1. Return Risk

2. Capital Risk

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Return Risk

Is the risk that your money will not grow as much as you expected.

Return Risk

Some savings products give you a fixed return, others do not. Investments linked to the stock market promise a higher return than savings accounts, but the return you get is difficult to predict and can rise and fall from year to year.

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Capital Risk

Is the risk that you could lose some of your original investment

Capital Risk

You may ask yourself why take this risk? The answer is, generally you have to risk some of your money to get higher returns. If you don’t want to risk losing money, you will usually have to settle for lower returns based on deposit-type accounts or products which can guarantee your original investment.

Consider how you will save

When deciding how to save, you need to balance your need for higher returns with your need to keep your money safe.

These needs can change over your lifetime and also depend on your different goals. For example if you are young but looking to save for retirement, you may be prepared to take higher risks to get higher returns. And you must be willing to tie up your money for longer. You know that your investment will have enough time to recover from any short-term fall in value. Later on when you are getting nearer retirement, you won’t want to risk the money you have been saving over a long time. So how you save really depends on your needs and circumstances

Sustainability Factors 

When providing advice, the firm considers the adverse impact of investment decisions on sustainability. As part of our research and assessment of products, the firm will examine the Product Providers literature to compare financial products and to make informed investment decisions about ESG products. The firm will at all times act in the client’s best interests and keep clients informed accordingly. The consideration of sustainability risks can impact on the returns of financial products. 

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