How can I invest £100,000 to avoid it being eaten by inflation?

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People are increasingly asking how they can avoid a hard-earned cash pile being eaten away by inflation.

IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor caught up with Megan Rimmer, a chartered financial planner from Quilter Private Client Advisors, and David Henry, investment director at Quilter Cheviot about the current advice. Should we avoid the markets until the volatility is over, should the money be drip-fed into safe investments, is the bond market better than equities? Listen in to hear their advice.

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