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Bank Deposit rates have dropped but saving is more popular than ever before in Ireland. Why? 

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David Carr

Senior Savings Advisor

Regular Savings Plans provide for a rainy day

(01) 5313200

Savings Services

Now that Bank Deposit rates are so small and some banks have negative interest rate charges, how can I save and invest for the future?

Save for the important things in life

  • Education Plans
  • Mortgage Deposits
  • Emergencies
  • Long Term Investment

Can I invest a lump sum?

Can someone explain how and where I can save regularly?

Savers in Ireland save €319 a month on average* (Irish Examiner Survey)

Owner occupied household savers in Ireland have a median savings value of €6200* (Source: CSO)

What do Irish People save for?

  1. Buying a car
  2. Buying a new home
  3. Weddings
  4. Holidays

Irish household wealth hits all time high at despite pandemic (Irish Times Feb 2021)

Why get Saving Advice from Q

Fast review of access savings plan

Access Savings plans allow you to save regularly while investing at the same time. You can choose from a wide range of investment providers such as; Irish Life, Aviva and Standard Life

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Plan for your dreams; Education, Weddings and more

You may need a regular savings plan for;

  • Children’s Education
  • New Home
  • Mortgage Deposit
  • Your Wedding
  • Holidays

Traditional Deposit accounts pay very little interest anymore. Negative interest rates apply in many current accounts but variable investment accounts allow you to invest in global investment funds and get access to your funds when you need them.

What are my Investment options?

Your Q Investment Advisor will guide you through the available
regulated investment funds after doing a complete Fact Find on your Financial situation. Your Q
Financial Advisor will assess your appetite for risk and investment. They will also investigate;

  • All charges taken by your investment fund
  • Term penalties
  • Taxes payable on gains
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