DIY Investing

Get started investing today

Helping you to start saving and investing

You’ve got to a point where you have a decent income and are able to save each month. You’ve enough in the bank to act as your emergency fund, but too much to be sitting in cash. It’s time your money starting working a bit harder for you. The only problem is, you don’t know where to begin.

You are looking for a way to invest your cash to hopefully keep track with, if not beat  inflation. But you don’t want to choose your own investments or learn how to use trading platforms.



How We Help

We have a DIY investment offering. We offer a Stocks & Shares ISA and a General Investment Account for DIY investors. You can begin investing from as little as a lump sum of £1,000 or by signing up to a direct debit from £100 per month.

Once you complete your risk profile, we suggest a portfolio. If you are happy, you can go ahead and set it up and get started today.

You are in charge of all contributions, both adding lump sums or changing the monthly direct debit, and taking withdrawals. But if you need any help or want to talk to someone, we are in the background.


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Contact Us

Modulus Financial Planning look forward for you to contact us for more information about any of our products or services.

Modulus Financial Planning

Suite 12, Avonmore House,
15 Church Square, Banbridge,
BT32 4AP, Co.Down, Northern Ireland

Let’s Talk About Your Finances

Here for all your saving & investment, pension & retirement planning, tax & estate preservation and insurances.

CALL: 028 40 33 68 67

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