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What to do with £30,000
asked by Charlie Charlie posted 2 Years ago at 11:05
Hi there i have just received £30,000 and am not quite sure what to do with it. I want to keep £10,000 for myself but save/invest the rest for the long term. Anybody have any ideas, is this the right amount of cash to use an IFA for?
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Remembrance Place (2000) Ltd answered 2 Years ago at 11:02, last modified: 2 Years ago at 14:56We have a couple of investment opportunities with returns ranging from 45%-55%. Please let me know if you would like any further information. Regards, James.
MBL Financial answered 2 Years ago at 11:11, last modified: 2 Years ago at 14:56Hi Charlie
Most IFAs will start from £10000, some will start from less.
As for what to do with it, it all depends on your objectives, attitude to risk as well as your own experience, country of residence, tax status and preferences.
If you would like to chat through some options, please feel free to email us.
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