How to invest £10k and get the best return

2. Minimise costs

When you invest, how much you pay in fees is one of the only factors you can control and predict. It’s important to remember that fees present a direct drag on any returns you make – and they’ll be taken out whether you make money or not. This means that in a year where your portfolio loses money, the subtraction of fees could actually increase that loss. Look for funds that have low fees – anything from 0.75% or below.

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