Investing is for Everyone
askpaul explains the best ways to invest even small amounts of money:
So, when it comes to investing, and I sometimes hear from people, they feel that they don’t have enough money to invest, you can literally get involved and invest from as little as €75 per month with some of the investment contracts in the marketplace at the moment. We have got clients here at askpaul that have put in €75 or €140 from their children’s allowance a month into an investment plan. We also have clients with six figures and seven figures in investment markets.
So again, there’s something for everybody. I’d encourage you, as you would have seen in the intro video to make your money work harder for you. If you have time and around €75 to spare each month, and you want to invest for the long term, maybe five years or 10 years, please consider reaching out to us about setting up an investment contract. If you’re somebody that maybe has disposable income at the end of each month, and you want to put an investment plan in place for the long term, pick a figure like €75 that you might not miss on a monthly basis and forget about it for 10 or 15 years. We have a lot of investment plans and products that would really suit your needs. So please reach out.
As always, if you are somebody that has got a lump sum, and maybe came from an inheritance, savings or a tax-free lump sum or from a pension, please get in touch and we can help you make more money with your money, which is the name of the game when it comes to saving and investing.
Also remember, bank interest rates are quite appalling, so you need to take control of this yourself, and there are ways of doing that. Please get in contact with us. We’d love to have a chat with you.
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