Archive of ‘Investment’ category

Different ISA Options for You to Consider

ISAs or Individual Savings Accounts, are a popular way for us to invest and save. One of the main appeals of these is the fact they’re tax-free on savings of up to £15,240, however, ISAs aren’t simply a one-size fits all scenario.

There are a variety of different options you can consider. Better still, these can suit specific needs and situations; in this post we’ve detailed a few examples of ISAs that you may wish to invest in. (more…)

How To Save Money When Making Investments

Lots of people keep savings in their accounts for a rainy day. However, sometimes it’s better to invest the money to make a profit. There are many different routes you can take to achieve that goal. We’re going to discuss some of them today, and then highlight the best ways of cutting back. As you can probably imagine, investments are often expensive. The less you spend; the more profit you can make. So, use the information from this article to expand your horizons and learn some new techniques. Who knows? By this time next year, you might have made enough cash to leave your job and live the good life. (more…)

The benefits of time deposit investment savings

There are now a number of ways you can effectively save money for either the long or short term. One way is through a time deposit investment. This is a fixed term savings account where as long as you leave the funds in place for the specified time, an enhanced interest rate is attached to the product. There are penalties for early withdrawal or not giving notice to withdraw during the term but there are a number of benefits to choosing this route. (more…)

The Savvy guide to buying diamonds

Every diamond bought will always be a considered purchase whatever the intended use but there are ways to buy the best gemstone you can for the budget you have. Whether it’s for an engagement ring or to keep as a future investment, buy wise and you’ll have an item of beauty you can look at and admire and know that you didn’t overpay. (more…)