WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF NOT INVESTING?
If you're ready to invest, why wait?
It's always wise to carefully consider any investment decision, especially when you're investing on behalf of your charity. But it's also one of the easiest decisions to put on the back burner, and there's a very good reason to get started sooner rather than later:
Cash isn't always king
With interest rates at record lows, keeping your charity's money in the bank can eat into your funds, rather than keeping up with inflation. And that means you could struggle to meet your financial obligations to your donors and beneficiaries, as well as your responsibility to make the most of your charity's funds.
Read our article Investing as a charity - why cash can't always cut it.
Different investments suit different investors, so you may want to get advice from an independent financial adviser. To find one in your area, visit www.unbiased.co.uk.