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Compounded interest on your investments
22.10.2012

Sometimes, to harness the best ideas, you need to look at the greatest minds and adapt their advice to fit your own purposes. An example of this is the late, great Albert Einstein; he stated that the effect of compound interest was the most powerful force in the universe. From a financial planning point of view you can tap into this advice simply by paying money into a monthly investment plan.

By leaving your money in a medium to long term savings plan, interest will be added year after year to the initial capital investment, which allows the compounding effect to gather maximum impact on your funds.

Guardian Wealth Management has a team of independent financial consultants and as such, we can advise on and recommend the ideal saving plan for your needs. By researching a wide selection of  the  leading banks and financial institutes, we can identify the most valuable products to help you reach your financial objectives.


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