Create a legacy that grows

Investing in forestry is becoming increasingly popular, providing a regular income for your family and environmental benefits for now and for future generations

A sustainable investment

Investing for your children and grandchildren is often regarded as one of the most important decisions you can make in life.

As the cost of living continues to spiral out of control, it no doubt leaves most parents and grandparents wondering how their family will be able to cope with the seemingly relentless financial pressure.

If you consider the life path of a child from birth to a middle aged, financially secure person, there are considerable and inevitable financial hurdles to be overcome.

School fees, family holidays, driving lessons, first car purchases, university fees, house deposits and starting a family all represent significant landmarks, all of which can be costly. There is no doubt that a regular and reliable income can ease this pressure and help create a more secure and better quality of life.

If you are considering investing in the future of your loved ones, you may wish to consider a high-return timber investment from Ethical Forestry. Firmly established as one of the UK’s leading forestry investment providers, they have a proven track record for delivering investors their projected returns.

Their most popular investment of £18,000 over 12 years projects a total return of £104,189, with payments made to the investor in years 4,8 10 and 12.

Mark Finn of Ethical Forestry says: “If you are looking for a longer-term investment, we offer a 24-year investment called the income and wealth generator.

“The investment provides regular payments to the beneficiary in years 4, 8, 10, 12, 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24. It was created as a direct result of working with parents and grandparents who required regular income during the school years and regular, larger payments during adulthood.

“A typical investment of £36,000 invested over 24 years projects a total return of more than £1m.”

0800 075 30 10
www.ethicalforestry.com  

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