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​Why save for 40 years when you can save for 10!

Published on: 03/17/16 10:46:am

Believe it or not, saving for 10 years can be more effective than saving for 40 years!

Thanks to something called compound interest – dubbed the eighth wonder of the world by Einstien if you save £500 a month between the age of 21 and 30 and then don’t touch this money until you are 70 you will have a larger savings pot than someone who starts at 30 and saves £500 a month for 40 years until they are 70*.

Find out more about compound interest by downloading your free savings e-guide now.

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Savings options for expats

Why saving sooner is always better

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Our advisers aren’t quite on the same level as Einstein but they are all highly trained to offer the most intelligent savings advice to international expats all around the globe.

Assuming a 7% rate of interest. See Brochure for full example

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