Expat Regular Savings 

Save for the long-term with short-term commitments

Investment platforms facilitate making regular contributions to an investment without the need for contractual commitments. If investing lump-sums is not an option for you and you're starting to build a portfolio, payments from surplus income can create substantial assets over time.  

Non-contractual investing means that regardless of how long you intend to save for the terms and conditions do not change, except the charges reduce as the size of your savings increase. 

When saving over the long term it's inevitable that circumstances will change along the way. House purchases, children, changes in salary, university costs and retirement all form part of life's cycle and require funding. Having savings readily available to address these events is vital, and making regular contributions to an investment is the perfect way to start.

Contributions can be disciplined or made on an ad-hoc basis when surplus funds become available. Without contractual obligations, missing contributions due to other commitments or unplanned events won't be penalised. 

With thousands of low-cost, fully regulated securities at our fingertips and guidance to help you make the right choices, we'll start you on your way to achieving financial security.

Get in touch today to explore non-contractual investing, and plan your long-term future without restrictions along the way.

With each payment an appraisal of where the best value exists can be made, increasing the potential of compounding over the longer term.

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Robin Matthews trading as Inveq is a member of OpesFidelio and is authorised to give financial advice subject to contract in parts of the EEA (Excluding the UK). OpesFidelio is a trademarked network of the Aisa Group which includes Aisa Financial Planning Ltd and Aisa International s.r.o. Aisa Financial Planning is authorised and regulated in the UK as an independent financial adviser for UK retail clients by the Financial Conduct Authority and has permissions throughout the EEA under both directives IDD and MiFID.  View FCA authorisation here.

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