I'm under 30, and earn a decent wage... what should i be doing re investments?

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Answered by Lucy Goose
it does depend on your appetite for risk - high risk equals high returns, but sounds like time to work out what you want your money to do for you - do you want access to it, do you want short or long term investments, all of those things. a cash ISA could be a good place to park it until you decide tho. | 04.19.11 @ 16:57
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Answered by isabella ribb
Well in the very least set up an emergency fund so you cover your income for 2 months, and set this aside. make sure you get adequate insurance in place, use up your ISAs to make the most of tax free savings, and plan your savings plan for retirement. | 04.26.11 @ 12:48
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