Homes in HS2 path can be purchased by the government
Investments can come in many different forms and for many different budgets.
08:15 15 July 2013
It has been announced that people living near the route for the new HS2 high speed rail project will be able to request that the government purchase their homes so they can move to a more desirable area.
This may work out well for many people, and disadvantaged households may reportedly receive ongoing compensation for their cooperation. Sometimes we may find ourselves in the right place at the right time, but more often than not we may achieve our success through hard work and intelligent investment.
Even struggling households may need to consider effective ways to invest their funds for a brighter financial future.
- Savings accounts—everyone needs to begin from some starting point and if funds are already tight, investment might seem like a risky proposition. All the same, savings accounts might seem a little safer, though the yield at this point probably won’t even cover inflation. It may however, provide the means to developing some extra cash so that a person feels a little better about investing in something more worthwhile later.
- Stocks and shares—many companies exist that are able to direct you in the most beneficial means so your funds will benefit from capable investment. You may be able to begin with a relatively small sum of money and then grow your investments once you’ve earned more money. You could begin with a Stocks and Shares ISA or seek a qualified manager for your portfolio.
- Business—one of the ways that a person can achieve a valuable return on their investment is to choose a good start-up business and receive a share of the profits. You might be able to also start your own business as a way to invest directly in your own future.
- Education—one could consider that higher education is an investment in the future. It ensures chances for better employment as well as a more positive financial future.