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Investments in Spain
The future and what it has in store for us is uncertain and more now than ever it is important to invest what money you may have saved over the years wisely, be it from the sale of a property or business in the UK, to the release of a Pension or Endowments.
The options open to would be investors are many and varied and it is essential that you adhere of a number of key points before entrusting your savings and investments to anybody.
The questions to ask yourself are :
Does your chosen Investor fully appreciate your financial position, and what you hope to achieve with your investments?
Is your Financial advisor fully experienced and professionally qualified in the area of investment that you require?
Is your Financial advisor fully regulated by the appropriate regulatory body ?
Can and will your advisor offer you a no-obligation proposal of the recommended investment portfolio?
Can your advisor provide you with evidence of their qualifications, regulatory approval and testimonials?
Once you are happy that the answer to the above points is Yes it is simply a case of making contact with your chosen IFA, and answering a few questions stating your financial, Tax and Residential position , together with you aspirations.
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