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I have read a lot on here about holding onto cash being a bad idea. I have an ISA that I want to do something with once I can access the money.

What are you doing to protect your hard earned?

Gold seems to be a touchy subject on here - I don't have the slightest idea as to whether it would be a worthwhile buy or not.

I am financially naive, (But learning! I have a Zopa account) and only got a credit card to bump up my credit rating. If I haven't got it, I don't spend it. (Big mistake :rolleyes: )

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I have read a lot on here about holding onto cash being a bad idea. I have an ISA that I want to do something with once I can access the money.

What are you doing to protect your hard earned?

Gold seems to be a touchy subject on here - I don't have the slightest idea as to whether it would be a worthwhile buy or not.

I am financially naive, (But learning! I have a Zopa account) and only got a credit card to bump up my credit rating. If I haven't got it, I don't spend it. (Big mistake :rolleyes: )

Hi

You sound like me a few months ago. I am in exactly the same situation. This is what I chose to do.

Full cash ISA from Halifax, best rate without a fixed term (If we don't see any action by the end of the year I will buy).

Full shares ISA from Hargreaves Lansdown. http://www.h-l.co.uk + a few AIM shares that can not be held in an ISA

10% Gold from www.goldmoney.com It's not a huge amount of money so am just storing with them.

Rest in cash

If you haven't already make sure you get you ISA's in before april.

S

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