Only rich people invest
This is a myth as you can start an investment with £100 or pop in £20 each month.
In fact, starting small could let you get a feel for it, while keeping cash savings for life’s emergencies.
Investing is complicated
Investing for yourself can feel complicated. But it doesn’t have to be, which is why we've put together guides and videos to help you learn a little more.
Also, if you’re investing less than £20,000 our online advice service makes it simple by picking an investment which suits you.
Now isn’t the best time to start
Once you’ve decided to start investing, your next question is when to take the plunge?
With savings rates so low, now could be a good time to consider investing to grow your money over the medium to long term. Regular investing with smaller amounts may even be a good way of getting started.
More people are now considering how investing can grow their savings as well as have a positive impact on the world.
- Sustainable investment funds let you invest your money across a range of sustainability objectives
- Our Investment Hub has a range of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) themed funds across a range of risk levels, including the Santander Asset Management GO Global Equity ESG fund
- Find out more and open a Stocks & Shares ISA or Investment Account on the Investment Hub to begin your journey
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Source: Santander UK plc as at October 2021