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  • Charge Example If the value of your investment over a month was 10 000 this is the total charge for that month Please see the Online Tariff of Charges for

    Original URL path: http://www.nationwide.co.uk/products/investments/overlays/charge-example (2016-02-09)
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  • How to Apply to Invest Through Us | Nationwide
    makes sense to have paid off your debts and start saving sensibly before you consider investing If you have debts other than a mortgage consider paying them off before you start investing The return on Investments can t reliably be more than the interest you pay on debts so by investing you could end up in worse shape than before See our guide to Managing debt Do you have enough cash savings select to show or hide related content It s best if you hold off investing until you ve enough money to cover emergencies Without enough cash savings emergency expenses such as replacing a broken washing machine or repairing your car could lead to overdraft fees and interest on loans or credit cards These costs could be more than you d make from your investments Have you made the most of your annual ISA allowance select to show or hide related content An Individual Savings Account ISA is a tax efficient way to save or invest You have to be a UK resident and aged 16 or over to have a cash ISA or 18 or over to invest in a Stocks Shares ISA or a combination of both A Stocks Shares ISA gives you a tax efficient way to invest offering greater potential for growth but there is also a risk that your investment could fall in value Your 15 240 allowance is for the whole tax year 6 April 2015 until 5 April 2016 15 240 is your total ISA allowance It s up to you to choose how you split your allowance between a cash ISA and Stocks Shares ISA What s your attitude to risk select to show or hide related content All investments involve some risk Before investing you should understand and be comfortable with the risks of each investment you plan to make As a rule of thumb the more risk you take on the higher the potential return But there s also a greater chance that you ll lose some or all of the money originally invested When thinking about how much risk you re willing to take keep some things in mind your current financial situation how much you know about investing and how comfortable you are with it whether your financial goals call for taking on more risk Are you happy to commit for the long term select to show or hide related content Every investment market has its ups and downs The longer you can keep your money invested the lower the risk that you ll potentially make a loss You should consider only investing money that you can afford to set aside for the next 6 to 10 years What would happen if you lost money by investing select to show or hide related content With any investment there s a risk that you can lose some or all of the original amount you invested in addition to any growth or income that you may receive from your

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  • How to Apply to Invest Through Us | Nationwide
    It makes sense to have paid off your debts and start saving sensibly before you consider investing If you have debts other than a mortgage consider paying them off before you start investing The return on Investments can t reliably be more than the interest you pay on debts so by investing you could end up in worse shape than before See our guide to Managing debt Do you have enough cash savings select to show or hide related content It s best if you hold off investing until you ve enough money to cover emergencies Without enough cash savings emergency expenses such as replacing a broken washing machine or repairing your car could lead to overdraft fees and interest on loans or credit cards These costs could be more than you d make from your investments Have you made the most of your annual ISA allowance select to show or hide related content An Individual Savings Account ISA is a tax efficient way to save or invest You have to be a UK resident and aged 16 or over to have a cash ISA or 18 or over to invest in a Stocks Shares ISA or a combination of both A Stocks Shares ISA gives you a tax efficient way to invest offering greater potential for growth but there is also a risk that your investment could fall in value Your 15 240 allowance is for the whole tax year 6 April 2015 until 5 April 2016 15 240 is your total ISA allowance It s up to you to choose how you split your allowance between a cash ISA and Stocks Shares ISA What s your attitude to risk select to show or hide related content All investments involve some risk Before investing you should understand and be comfortable with the risks of each investment you plan to make As a rule of thumb the more risk you take on the higher the potential return But there s also a greater chance that you ll lose some or all of the money originally invested When thinking about how much risk you re willing to take keep some things in mind your current financial situation how much you know about investing and how comfortable you are with it whether your financial goals call for taking on more risk Are you happy to commit for the long term select to show or hide related content Every investment market has its ups and downs The longer you can keep your money invested the lower the risk that you ll potentially make a loss You should consider only investing money that you can afford to set aside for the next 6 to 10 years What would happen if you lost money by investing select to show or hide related content With any investment there s a risk that you can lose some or all of the original amount you invested in addition to any growth or income that you may receive from

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  • How to Apply to Invest Through Us | Nationwide
    It makes sense to have paid off your debts and start saving sensibly before you consider investing If you have debts other than a mortgage consider paying them off before you start investing The return on Investments can t reliably be more than the interest you pay on debts so by investing you could end up in worse shape than before See our guide to Managing debt Do you have enough cash savings select to show or hide related content It s best if you hold off investing until you ve enough money to cover emergencies Without enough cash savings emergency expenses such as replacing a broken washing machine or repairing your car could lead to overdraft fees and interest on loans or credit cards These costs could be more than you d make from your investments Have you made the most of your annual ISA allowance select to show or hide related content An Individual Savings Account ISA is a tax efficient way to save or invest You have to be a UK resident and aged 16 or over to have a cash ISA or 18 or over to invest in a Stocks Shares ISA or a combination of both A Stocks Shares ISA gives you a tax efficient way to invest offering greater potential for growth but there is also a risk that your investment could fall in value Your 15 240 allowance is for the whole tax year 6 April 2015 until 5 April 2016 15 240 is your total ISA allowance It s up to you to choose how you split your allowance between a cash ISA and Stocks Shares ISA What s your attitude to risk select to show or hide related content All investments involve some risk Before investing you should understand and be comfortable with the risks of each investment you plan to make As a rule of thumb the more risk you take on the higher the potential return But there s also a greater chance that you ll lose some or all of the money originally invested When thinking about how much risk you re willing to take keep some things in mind your current financial situation how much you know about investing and how comfortable you are with it whether your financial goals call for taking on more risk Are you happy to commit for the long term select to show or hide related content Every investment market has its ups and downs The longer you can keep your money invested the lower the risk that you ll potentially make a loss You should consider only investing money that you can afford to set aside for the next 6 to 10 years What would happen if you lost money by investing select to show or hide related content With any investment there s a risk that you can lose some or all of the original amount you invested in addition to any growth or income that you may receive from

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  • Personal Loan general FAQs | Nationwide
    Investor relations homepage About the business Funding programmes Investor queries View all Investor relations Our people Our people Our people homepage Working for us Jobs at Nationwide Graduate programmes View all Our people Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Support We re here to help whether you need assistance with one of your accounts or if you just have questions you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content Product support Travel Ways to bank Dealing with difficulties Security centre Glossary Accessibility Contact us Home Support Back to Nationwide co uk homepage Support Personal Loan FAQs Main content of page below Loan general FAQs Loan application FAQs Loan payments FAQs Loan general FAQs If you have any questions about loan payments have a look at the frequently asked questions below just click the question and the answer will appear underneath Show all expandable content Hide all expandable content What can a personal loan be used for select to show or hide related content Personal loans can be used for almost any purpose such as a car purchase wedding or consolidation of other credit commitments They cannot be used for Business or investment purposes Bridging loans Mortgage deposits Speculative reasons What is a credit intermediary select to show or hide related content If you ve applied for one of our products online you may have been referred to our website by a

    Original URL path: http://www.nationwide.co.uk/support/support-articles/faqs/loan-faqs/general-faqs (2016-02-09)
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  • Personal Loans application FAQs | Nationwide
    Travel Ways to bank Dealing with difficulties Security centre Glossary Accessibility Contact us Home Support Back to Nationwide co uk homepage Support Personal Loan FAQs Main content of page below Loan general FAQs Loan application FAQs Loan payments FAQs Loan general FAQs Loan application FAQs If you have any questions about applying for a Personal Loan online check the frequently asked questions below to see if we can help just click the question and the answer will appear underneath Show all expandable content Hide all expandable content How can I apply select to show or hide related content You can apply Online By phone Call 0800 545 30 00 Monday to Friday 8am 8pm In branch Is there a fee for applying for my loan select to show or hide related content No there is not a fee What is your soft quote option select to show or hide related content You can do as many quotes as you like we won t leave a footprint on your credit file until you ve chosen your final individual quote and progressed to the lending decision What happens after I ve applied for my loan online select to show or hide related content Once you ve applied for a personal loan online there are four possible outcomes Your application is instantly approved We ll send you an email to confirm that we ve successfully received your completed application and that you ve been approved for the loan We ll send you another email to let you know when we ll issue the loan funds into your nominated account Your application is approved but we need some additional information We ll send you an email to confirm that you ve been approved for your loan and also to let you know which additional information we need you to supply Once we have this information we ll send you another email to let you know when we ll issue the loan funds into your nominated account We need to review your application before we can make a decision We ll send you an email to confirm that we ve successfully received your submitted application and that we ll need to review it in more detail We ll then contact you again by email within 2 working days to give you our decision following our review Unfortunately we re unable to offer you a loan at this time We ll send you an email to confirm that we re unable to offer you the loan you ve applied for at this time Read more about why your loan might have been declined Not received any emails from us yet Please check your spam or junk email folder as some email providers can automatically filter these messages out before you ve had chance to read them If you have any questions regarding your loan following your application or haven t heard from us within 2 working days after applying please call us on 0800 545 30

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  • joint combined if applying for a joint loan Have the right to live and work in the UK for the term of the loan Applications from the Channel Islands and Isle of Man are not acceptable No applicant has missed 3 or more credit commitments in the last 12 months No applicant is currently declared bankrupt has a CCJ County Court Judgement against their name or are subject to an

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  • Overpay your loan | Nationwide
    unexpected Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch About We re the world s largest building society Run for the benefit of our members Being a building society means that we re free to reinvest our profits to improve the products and services we offer About Nationwide About View all about Why choose Nationwide Why choose Nationwide Why choose Nationwide homepage All about membership Citizenship Awards and achievements View all Why choose Nationwide Have your say Have your say Have your say homepage Member TalkBacks Annual General Meeting Social media View all Have your say Corporate information Corporate information Corporate information homepage Governance Our history Results and accounts View all Corporate information Your Nationwide Your Nationwide Your Nationwide homepage Your rewards Your voice Your society View all Your Nationwide Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal Media Policy and Legal homepage Media Centre Policy and Public Affairs Information for Lawyers View all Media Policy and Legal House Price Index House Price Index House Price Index homepage House Price calculator Reports archive Download data View all House Price Index Investor relations Investor relations Investor relations homepage About the business Funding programmes Investor queries View all Investor relations Our people Our people Our people homepage Working for us Jobs at Nationwide Graduate programmes View all Our people Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Support We re here to help whether you need assistance with one of your accounts or if you just have questions you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos

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