Where do you go for help with money matters?

A little help goes a long way, and while many of us seek guidance from family and friends, when it comes to money matters, it pays to talk to a specialist.

Our Chief Executive Blair highlights the benefits of helpful guidance, and where to go to for expert advice.

Get in touch with an adviser:

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Should You Invest While in Debt?

Many people, regardless of their situation, want to make their money work for them. A lot of people are always looking in the long-term and are trying to invest their money for the future in any way possible. Here are some aspects to consider when you are investing capital when you are in debt.

Finding Peace of Mind As an Investor

You seem to find yourself constantly checking the rates of your investments and being emotionally stressed trying to figure it all out, while also trying to make minor adjustments to your investments each day. This is the exact opposite of what you want you need to be doing. Investing is usually a long term goal you are trying to reach, so you need to learn how to relax and find peace of mind.

Investing in Bonds

When you buy a bond, you are loaning money to a government or corporation. You simply lend the company capital, and they repay you at the maturity date with added interest depending on the length of the loan. Bonds are fairly secure and aren’t a very risky investment, making it ideal for novice investors.

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