Regular Savings Plans

from $250/month

Regular Savings Plans


A regular savings plan allows you to make ongoing contributions into your account. This money is then put into a variety of actively managed funds.  Build your savings with disciplined, regular contributions to help you reach your future financial goals, whatever that may be. 

Step 1

Set up

Create account
Select funds
and contribution

Step 2


Your first contribution is taken off a card of your choice

Step 3


Contributions go into your funds, managed by professionals

Step 4


High return rates allow you to expedite your savings

Step 5


Home, start a family, education, retirement, lifestyle choices

Savings Plan

Key Features

Low Minimums

from $250/month

add any single, one-time contributions from $1,500/time


international savings

in major currencies, held in a custodian bank account in your name

Globally Portable

expats and local citizens

take the policy with you where you move to

Term Length

from 5 years

match your investment horizon, full or partial withdrawal early as needed

Client Flexibility

user friendly account

adjust your contribution, changes your funds, pause or freeze as needed

Lowest Fees

in the market

for actively managed accounts, all fees disclosed by your trusted Tenzing advisor

Fund Selection

Whatever your risk tolerance & interests, your advisor will help you select the funds for your portfolio. Some examples include:
New Technologies
Sustainable Growth
AI & Robotics
Global Equities
Emerging Markets
Next Generation
Global Innovators
Private Infrastructure
Some of the

Fund Managers

How much can you save with $250/month?

By starting your savings journey younger, you give yourself time to accumulate wealth. The graph visually represents the future value of your savings based on two key variables:

1) How old you are when you start saving: 

  • Age 30
  • Age 40

2) How much you save per month:

  • $250/ month
  • $500/month
  • $1,000/month

“Do not save what’s left after spending; instead spend what is left after saving”- Warren Buffet

By following Buffet’s advice on spending, you can see the correlation between how old you are when you start saving, how much you save regularly and how that affects your financial future.

Our Consultation Process

We practice holistic consulting, taking a look at the bigger picture by identifying our clients’ goals, current position and any deficiencies. Our advisors present data driven solutions, showing you what you need to do now to achieve your future goals.  As they say, a goal without a plan is just a wish.

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    Frequently Asked Questions about

    Saving plans

    Deciding which investment plan is right for you can be exhausting, and let’s face it, financial planning terminology can be confusing. So what exactly is the difference between monthly savings plans and regular savings plans? Turns out they’re the same thing.

    Regular savings plans are a regimented way of saving through routine contributions to an investment fund. Monthly contributions can be minimal, which allows for investments without large capital. These small regular investments can grow steadily over a long period of time due to their flexibility to capitalize on market opportunities. A variety of plans are available to meet your investment goals.
    Expats and families who stay long-term abroad will often find themselves in unique financial situations. Low cost living and higher than average wages are financial boons to some, but extra savings are often balanced out by exchange rate fluctuations and expensive overseas travel costs, amongst other expenses.

    Expat Savings Plans are broad strategies that help you plan for your future and secure your finances while living and working abroad. This can be in the form of investment accounts, personal bank and pension accounts, emergency funds, and more. Your location or country of temporary residency can also impact how you approach financial savings as an expat.
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    Patrik Shore Tenzing Pacific Services

    Patrik Shore

    Senior Advisor
    From Sweden & New Zealand
    7 years' insurance experience
    Joined Tenzing in 2019
    Crim Science
    Speaks English and Swedish

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