Using funds to pay your monthly bills

We get recommendations from the experts on funds which pay dividends 12 times a year
Thursday 12 Oct 2017 Author: Lisa-Marie Janes
Unless you’re retired, most of us are used to getting a monthly pay packet with cash paid into our current account which is then used to pay all our regular bills. Once you’re in retirement, the loss of this income stream can be frustrating to some. One solution is to put some of your savings in investment funds which pay dividends once a month, as a source of money...

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