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Long Term Savings

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There are many investment opportunities available for savers, some offering instant access, others requiring notice before you are able to access your funds, and some requiring a minimum investment and/or a minimum investment period. Long-term savings accounts or investments aim to encourage long-term saving, usually offering more generous investment returns than regular saving investments in exchange for restricted access to your funds. Long-term saving opportunities have no one set investment period: you may be offered an account that pays high interest on funds for one year, or savings that require a minimum investment period of five or twenty-five years.


For more details about long-term savings see:

> Long-Term Savings Options
> Bonds 
> Superannuation
> Term Deposits
> Individuals Savings Accounts (ISAs)
> Advantages and Disadvantages

 

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