It’s never been harder to get on the property ladder, and yet most people aren’t getting the support we need.
This month we visited the Treasury to suggest ways we can enhance the Lifetime ISA and help more people buy their first home. Read more
“Trying to time the market is the number one mistake to avoid.”- Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and the world’s most successful investor. Read more about ‘the ups and downs of investing’ and why it’s important to stay the course.
It’s even easier to transfer your Cash ISA to a Moneybox Stocks & Shares ISA. All you have to do is head Settings/Transfer and follow the steps. Stocks & Shares ISAs are a tax-efficient way to invest. Remember, investments can offer higher returns than savings accounts over the long term, typically for at least 5 years or more. All investments carry varying degrees of risk and you may get back less than you invest.
- Our first ever TV ad went live!!! Here it is in case you missed it.
- And…What everyone under 40 needs to know about saving money (including investing with your very own Moneybox app), in The Times.
You can now shop with our curated partner brands and receive rewards directly into your Moneybox account. Go to the Discover tab of the app to see all offers.
Partners of the month:
- To celebrate National Fitness Day, Fiit is offering new customers a £30 reward into your Moneybox account (on completing your second month of membership). Fiit is only available on iOS.
- And for the cyclists amongst you, there will be no more dark nights with our new partner Beryl’s bike lights. When you purchase a Pixel Set for £35.99, Beryl will deposit £5 into your Moneybox account.
What we learnt this month 💡
- “The biggest investing errors come not from factors that are informational or analytical, but from those that are psychological.” Learn how to invest with clear thinking in this Tim Ferriss interview with Howard Marks.
- Warren Buffett swears by this rule for smart decision-making, and we think you will too. Find out how to use 10/10/10 to make better choices.