Determine the optimal option in what you should invest in
What is Investing & Who is it for?
Investing involves a plan of action to further consider future financial goals. Our financial advisors are here to offer help in how you can meet these goal and get a substantial return on your investment.
Investing proves to be a promising approach for financial security for long term goals , such as education costs for you and your family The advisors can assist you in providing detailed steps in how to mitigate the risks you may encounter before planning to invest.
Factors to Consider
There are a vast number of ways to invest your money. Many factors have a significant impact on each investment you wish to make , it is crucially important to carefully select the right investment for you. These questions will be given to you by your financial advisor but also are key questions that you need to consider yourself on your own terms.
- Lever of Risk that you are willing to take.
- Your own personal financial goals.
- The time period in which you want to invest
- How much control you desire over your investment.
Risk in Investing
What Type of Investor are you?
Warning: The value of your investment may go down as well as up.
Warning: If you invest in these products you may lose some or all of the money you invest.
Warning: Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance.
Warning: These products may be affected by changes in currency exchange rates.
Warning: The income you get from this investment may go down as well as up.
Monthly contribution = €100
Tax Relief (40%) = €40
Cost to you = €60
An employee who is aged 42 and earns €40,000 per year
can get tax relief on annual pension contributions up to €10,000.
There are no limits on the total amount you can pay into your pension, but tax relief is only available on the percentage amounts of your income and age outlined below.
Age during the year
Percentage of earnings
30 to 39
40 to 49
50 to 54
55 to 59
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What is ESG Investing
The term is used by investors to evaluate different organizations in which they might want to invest in. Over the past few years , investors are progressively applying these factors, becoming more and more popular for statistical analysis to acquire the relevant information in identifying both risk and growth opportunities.
Factors that are included are:
How the company interacts with the conservation of the environment.
Pollution & Waste Management Energy efficiency Biodiversity Climate Change Carbon Emissions
Consideration of People, Relationships and Society.
Employee working conditions Human Rights Diversity Data Protection & Privacy
Company standards & how they are run.
Executive Contributions Board Diversity Risk management Bribery & Corruptions Whistleblower Schemes Audits & Internal controls