Set a Savings Goal and make your money work harder
Whether its saving for a rainy day fund, the children’s education or that nice new car, setting your goal is an important first step.
With interest rates for deposits so low at present, and no real improvement in sight where you put your money is another important factor. You’ve worked hard to earn it, now its time to make it work hard for you.
Develop Good Savings Habits
The behaviour of saving for your cars, as opposed to financing each one could save you 10’s of thousands over your life-time… Those savings in turn could help you afford even nicer cars. Same principle applies to any purchases.
What savings approach is best for you?
Your approach to saving is likely to be influenced by a number of factors. How much you have to save, how long you would like to save it for, and your attitude to risk will all influence what the best savings solution is for you.
When it comes to your “Rainy Day Fund”, the general rule of thumb is that you should try to save up enough to cover all your expenses for 3 – 6 months.
Saving for future expenses
There are various different types of saving options available depending on your goals and circumstances. From Government Bonds with low, but a state backed guaranteed return, to Investment Funds with significantly higher returns, but higher level of risk.
We aim to help you plan and forsee future expenses, that you can start to prepare for how as opposed to potentially resorting to more costly debt in the future e.g. Childrens Education.
Help us understand your goals, and we’ll help you achieve them.
Start the Conversation
Planning for the future to ensure you and your family are financially comfortable is what we do. The first step is a quick conversation to understand your circumstances and what you'd like for your family in a range of different scenarios.
Arrange a quick conversation at a time that suits below.