Investing Wisely


Let your money work smarter

There’s a lot to consider when choosing the right investments. Are you investing for growth or return? Are you after a higher risk with greater chance of reward? Would you prefer minimal risk and a conservative approach?

No matter what stage of life you’re at, it’s good to know you’re making the right investments for you. Browse our range of helpful articles, guides and a range of products designed to suit different investment needs.

What are your needs?

Perhaps you’re just getting started, with many years of working salary ahead. Maybe it’s later in your career and you have a retirement date in mind. Or you could be in retirement already, using your investments to supplement your income.

Saga Magazine's leading money writers have written a range of articles to help you make the most of your investments, whatever stage of life you’re in.

Whether putting money into your pension or just preparing for life’s twists and turns, the more you can invest and the sooner, the better. Of course sometimes it’s difficult to find the extra money to put aside.

Saga Magazine's leading money writers have written a range of useful articles to help you decide which investment strategies could be the best suited to you.

What are the different ways to hold shares?

What are the differences between certificated share accounts and nominee share services? What are the pros and cons of each way to hold shares?

Investing in ISA allowance

Investing in the new ISA allowance

The new ISAs are more flexible and suitable for anyone looking to save or invest.

When you step down from career and salary it’s important to adjust your investments. As you prepare to generate a retirement income from your investments, it’s important to know your options.

Saga Magazine's leading money writers have written some handy articles to help you choose the right investment vehicles as you get ready to enter retirement.

How much money will you need in retirement?

Here are some of the things you will need to consider when planning your retirement.

What is pound-cost averaging?

Is it better to regularly invest small amounts or one lump sum?

Invest wiser

Build the investment portfolio that suits your needs. Whether you’re looking for a chance of higher returns or something more conservative, put your money to work with a selection of investment options to suit you.

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Whether you’re planning ahead or you’ve already retired, we’re here to help you see what’s possible.
Family matters

When it comes to your family’s security, the right choice begins with knowing your options.