‘Saving’ and ‘investing’ are two terms that are often used interchangeably. Savings usually involve setting money aside for a future goal, purchase or emergency. Investments are when you buy an equity-based asset. This can include stocks, shares or property with the exception that your investment will make money for you.
Whether you’re looking to save for a big purchase, education fees or simply to have assets to fall back on, having a comprehensive savings plan is extremely important. To get more out of your existing savings, you might want to consider starting or adding to an investment portfolio.
During times of crisis, working towards your financial goals may seem like a difficult task. Senior Associate for Holborn Assets Cyprus, Ian Woodcock, spoke with Russian TV World about achieving financial freedom in the current economic climate. RTVW: I understand that Holborn Assets is a well-established company in Dubai. What […]
Brexit – it’s a word that has dominated the headlines since the UK voted to leave the EU in 2016. Since then, it is a word that has created more questions than it has answers. Boris Johnson has made it very clear. The UK will leave the European Union on […]
It’s no secret that having children is expensive but you might not realise just how expensive. Whether it’s supporting a child through university or helping them on to the property ladder, the cost to parents after the age of 18 could be as much as £85,000 – But what about […]