Coronavirus outbreak, A message from Peter Green

A word about the team at Healthy Investment

Like most organisations, and in accordance with government advice, we have made specific provision to safeguard those working at the Society during the current Coronavirus outbreak. The majority of our team are now working from home, there are no face to face business meetings and the office is closed to visitors.

However this doesn’t mean that we are closed for business.

We aim and expect to maintain our normal service standards during this period but would appreciate members making contact where possible by email. Please use enquiries@healthyinvestment.co.uk to contact us.

Our phone lines are open but with a limited number of people manning them it may take longer than usual to get through. Your help would be really appreciated. 

We might be working from home but we are definitely still open for business.

New tax year, new opportunities

As a mutual Friendly Society we are owned by our members and have a proud history of providing savings and investment plans for over 185 years. Our policy of ethical investing means that we do not invest in the tobacco, armaments or alcohol industries and gambling and adult entertainment organisations.

All of our savings and investment plans are designed for people looking for an investment

that aims to outperform returns from bank and building society cash deposits, cash ISAs for example, over the medium to long term, although the features and benefits of an investment and a deposit account are different.

Your money is invested in a single fund, managed by professional fund managers, containing stocks and shares, government and corporate bonds, commercial property and some cash deposits.

The start of the new tax year on April 6th brings with it new opportunities and choices. A further annual investment of £20,000 can be made into ISAs and the Junior ISA scheme received a boost in the Chancellor’s latest budget when it was announced that the annual limit would rise to £9,000 from 6 April 2020. Our Junior ISA provides an excellent investment for parents and grandparents to give children a good start in life.

As with our Ethical ISA we welcome transfers in of Junior ISAs from elsewhere of any amount.

Existing Child Trust Funds can also be transferred to this Junior ISA.

For more information on the range of investments available please visit

www.healthyinvestment.co.uk/choices

Alternatively you can  call us on 0161 762 5790

Staying Healthy, Staying Safe

With many other people currently in isolation or working from home and with gyms and health clubs closed, the need to exercise and keep fit and healthy is even more important than normal. Isolation can lead to loneliness and depression so keeping active in both mind and body is vitally important. The general advice is to make a positive change to your lifestyle to improve your health and wellbeing . Whilst the current situation exists and somewhat limits the amount of exercise and activity everyone can partake in it is still important that we try and maintain and indeed improve our health and wellbeing.

Exercising from home has now become even more important than ever. In order to help you do so you will find links below to what we believe are some of the best online guides to staying healthy and exercising from home. Stay healthy with Healthy Investment

Healthy advice from #HealthyInvestment

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51933762 Advice from the BBC; Coronavirus; How To Exercise While Staying At Home

https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/coronavirus/coronavirus-and-your-wellbeing/ MIND, the mental health charity offer advice on Coronavirus and your wellbeing

https://www.sportengland.org/stayinworkout Sports England, information, tips and guidance of keeping and getting fit from a home environment #StayInWorkOut

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/coronavirus-home-workout-exercise-class-yoga-dance-kids-elderly-joe-wicks-a9421126.html The Independent’s guide to the best online exercise classes

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