invest money

See: fund
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Citizens have money, but they invest money in banks, not in projects so far.
The council has pledged to invest money in the both facilities and has been successful in securing lottery money for a range of improvement schemes.
Without doubt it makes sense to invest money in a bank or building society rather than in a piggy bank at home.
Only 17 per cent of people now plan to invest money in equities, down from 30 per cent six months earlier, according to the Investment Management Association.
Only 17% of people now plan to invest money in equities, down from 30% when the same research was carried out six months earlier, according to the Investment Management Association.
Only 17 per cent of people now plan to invest money in equities, down from 30 per cent when the same research was carried out six months earlier, according to the Investment Management Association.
But the group said maxi ISAs, which invest money in stocks and shares, were less popular and both the number of new accounts opened and the amount invested in them was lower last year than in 2002.
If you're going to invest money in surgery, you should also invest time into taking care of your body.
To fix that, the public and private sectors are coming together to invest money "We feel that Margarita grow a great deal.
A:A MINI cash ISA allows you to invest money in a safe environment while still attracting interest.
Making the strongest case possible for the proposition, "to make money you have to invest money," Vishaan Chakrabarti, who directs the Manhattan Office of the NYC Dept.