10 Things Financially Prepared People Do Every January

Happy New Year! So, here we are in 2018 and you have been thinking about your personal goals for the next 12 months. Whether you’ve […]

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How Do You Pay For Advice: Fees or Commission?

Let me dispel a misconception: financial advice is not free. Just because you don’t hand over a cheque, does not mean you are not paying. […]

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Tokyo 2020, Where Will You Be?

Hopefully you have managed to enjoy some of the Rio Olympic Games. The tremendous effort of thousands of athletes competing over two weeks is a […]

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5 Ways To Supercharge Your Pension

An average person spends about a third of their lives growing up and reaching a state of independence. About another third working and accumulating assets […]

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I Don’t Know Where I’m Going To Retire

After my last post I received some feedback about planning in a general sense, so this time I have provided some thoughts which I hope […]

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How To Plan

This week I look at financial planning and will offer  you some guidance on what you should consider when planning your future. To plan for […]

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School Fees

Now the children are all back at school I thought it would be topical to look at school fees planning. There are now more than […]

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5 Stages of Financial Planning

Earlier this month, Aquarius magazine approached me to write an article on financial planning. The following is an excerpt from the article which is in […]

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Thematic Investing

I hope you got away from the heat during the Summer and that you have returned refreshed and ready for work. This week I am […]

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I Love Spending, How Can I Save?

A friend of mine who worked in real estate for many years once told me,’ there are two types of people who buy property: users […]

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