The terms ‘Saving’ and ‘Investing’ are often used interchangeably. However savings involve setting money aside for a future goal, emergency or purchase. Investments are when you buy an equity-based asset such as stocks, shares or property with the expectation that your investment will make money for you.
Whether you’re looking to save for a big purchase, education fees or simply to have an asset to fall back on, having a comprehensive savings plan is extremely important. If you already have some savings but want to get more out of them, then you may want to consider starting or adding to an investment portfolio. If you’d like to talk to a qualified adviser regarding your specific situation, needs and requirements, simply get in touch below and one of Holborn’s team will be in contact with you shortly.
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