Our latest guide on the essentials your employees need to know about 7 valuable behaviours for successful investing.

When your employees are trying to grow their wealth through investing, it’s important that they remember that selecting the appropriate investments is just one part of the equation. Factors such as mindset and behaviours can also play a significant role in growing their wealth.

Their approach to investing could influence the decisions they make when they start building their portfolio, such as how much risk they take. It could also play a role in how they respond to market movements, which may have a knockon effect on the long-term returns of their portfolio.

In addition to considering which investments could help someone reach their goals, they may also want to review their own behaviours and the potential impact they could have on their investments

Read our latest guide to discover the essentials they need to know.

As an employer, ongoing financial education can be beneficial, if you’d like to learn more about how you can support your employees with their financial wellbeing, we can help.

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