A bonus podcast series brought to you by MoneyWeek and The Platinum Card from American Express. In episode three, Olly Mann talks to John Stepek, executive editor of MoneyWeek, and antique furniture expert James Kaye about how to end up sitting on a nest egg.
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The Platinum Card from American Express allows you to save as you spend, earning you a Membership Rewards® point for every £1 you spend on your Card. Your points can be used to pay for almost any item on your Card Statement – including a set of dining chairs from your favourite designer – and they never expire, so you can save them up and spend them when the time is right.
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Annual fee: £575. Terms and conditions apply.
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This article does not constitute personal advice and is not a personal recommendation on the specific products mentioned. If you’re not sure whether an investment of this type is right for you, please seek advice from suitable financial advisers who will be able to advise based on your personal circumstances. If you choose to invest, the value of your investment could be at risk and fall, so you could get back less than the amount you put in originally.
Investing in furniture is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.