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If you're saving up for a specific goal or don't need access to some of your cash for a while, what are your options when it comes to low-risk investments?
You could opt to put your cash in the bank in a fixed deposit account or you could buy RSA Retail Savings Bonds.
So which is the better option for you?
Read on to find out…
What are RSA Retail Savings Bonds?
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An easy way to invest in bonds is through unit trusts. Unit trusts investing in bonds are known as fixed-interest funds.
They're a great option for you to consider as they give you instant diversification.
So what do you need to know about investing in fixed-interest funds?
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What sort of investments are included in fixed-interest funds?
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