Investing

Choosing To Invest Is A Decision Best Made With Good Advice So You Know You’re Making The Right Decision For Your Financial Goals

  • Looking to buy your first home or invest in property?
  • Confused by all the investment options available?
  • Not sure what advice to listen to when there are so many “experts” with differing opinions?

If you’re considering investing, be it in property, shares or something else, it’s important to be armed with as much information as possible so you know that whichever path you start down is one that’s right not just for your situation right now, but for the future and where you’re aiming to be financially.

If you’re not sure of the difference between long and short term investments, if now is the right time to invest or if perhaps savings would be a better option for you, now is the time to have a chat with Enigma Financial Planning to talk through the choices you have available and the benefits and risks of each.

How can Enigma Financial Planning help with decisions around investment?

  • Decision Making: Provide advice that supports you in your decision making process when it comes to investing.
  • Mortgage Advice: In-house mortgage consultant available to help find best rates and set up for your unique situation.
  • Debt Reduction: Help you with a plan to pay off debt sooner without sacrificing your lifestyle.
  • Investment Structuring: Guidance on structuring investments for tax purposes to get you the best outcome.
  • Investment Ownership: Help in determining which spouse should hold investments and explaining why it matters.
  • Borrowing Structure Options: Assistance with a borrowing structure that works for you. For example, borrowing against your home or other property.

Whether you’re on the brink of taking the next step in investing and just want assurance you’re making the right decisions or if you’re just considering your options, request a discounted financial health check with one of the Enigma Financial Planning team today to discuss your investment choices in more detail.

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