Voting for the Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts Awards 2018 is now open and we would be delighted if you would consider voting for TIME Investments. The shortlisting process for these prestigious awards is driven by adviser nominations, so your support is much appreciated.

In the past we have been fortunate enough to be shortlisted in a number of categories, and in both 2016 and 2017 we received Runner Up recognition for both the ‘Innovation Award’ and ‘Best Tax & Estate Planning Solutions Provider’. This year we are keen to do even better.

While there are a number of categories to vote on, we would appreciate your help in receiving recognition for the below in particular:

  • Best Tax & Estate Planning Solutions Provider 
  • Service Beyond Call of Duty

To place your vote please click on the voting button below.



Why vote for TIME Investments?

  • Award winning investment solutions for tax planning and income generation
  • 22 year track record of successfully achieving IHT savings for our investors
  • Exceptional customer service
  • £800m AUM and over 9,000 clients
  • Transparent investment philosophy
  • Nationwide distribution team of 30 ready to support you and your clients


Posted: 19/03/2018 Categories: Awards, Income, Inheritance Tax, News, TIME:Advance, TIME:AIM, TIME:Commercial Long Income, TIME:CTC, TIME:Freehold

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TIME does not accept direct investment. If you wish to invest in one of our solutions you will need to take advice from an authorised financial adviser. Nothing within this website is intended to constitute investment, tax or legal advice. Our solutions place your capital at risk and you may not get back the full amount invested. Tax treatment may be subject to change and depends on the individual circumstances of each investor. The availability of tax reliefs also depends on the investee companies maintaining their qualifying status. Neither past performance or forecasts are reliable indicators of future results and should not be relied upon. Unquoted or smaller company shares are likely to have higher volatility and liquidity risks than other types of shares quoted on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange.