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If you have a sum of money saved and are wondering where to invest it then you must ensure you do your homework as there is a huge range of investment products on the market. There are a number of investment schemes that you can look into such as, ISAs, pensions, savings accounts or trust funds to name a few. You will find there are products available to suit every need from high risk, high return options to secure, long term savings accounts. Before you take out any invest product you must ensure you read the terms and conditions thoroughly and seek independent financial advice if you are in any doubt.

Before you look into the various investment plans available it is important to establish if you are ready to invest? The first question you should ask yourself is, are you free of debt? Before you think about any type of investment then it is essential that you pay off any debt with high interest – such as credit cards or overdraft facilities with a high interest. If you do not, the interest will potentially be much higher than the interest you are earning. The second question to ask yourself is - do I have enough money saved for emergencies? The advised amount to keep saved is 3 – 6 months’ salary to pre-empt any rainy day purchases or unforeseen expenses. It is also important to ensure you have enough insurance cover for any illness, redundancy or death so you are covered for unforeseen large emergencies. If you are able to answer yes to both these questions then you can start to consider the various options available to you.

Comparison sites are a good place to start when looking at the various investment options on the market. Investments are complex products and not to be entered into lightly, when looking at the options available be sure that you are fully aware what you are signing up for and know all the potential charges. Be sure you make the most of all the tax breaks that are available and always check on how your investments are faring.


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