10 essential money questions
how many can you answer?
If you know the answers to all of these money questions, you already know quite a lot about financial planning.
So, how many can you answer – off the top of your head?
10 essential money questions
- How could you plan your pension sensibly AND cut 80% from the typical ‘headline’ projected cost you see in the newspapers?
- How could anyone generate a guaranteed income for life, of 13 % p.a? (or perhaps a lot more) on the personal cost of their investment.
- Who might suffer a 40% tax charge on the whole value of an (allegedly tax-free) ISA fund?
- Who might be able to save in risk-free savings accounts but still have growth potential of 20%+ p.a. or more on their money?
- In what circumstances might you enjoy much higher investment returns by reducing a large part of your investment risk?
- What’s the best process for rating any investment that anyone could ever put to you… before you jump into it?
- How is your ‘attitude to investment risk’ different from your ‘capacity’ for risk… and why does it really matter when choosing investments?
- In what types of investment could you possibly lose more than 100% of the amount you put in up front.
- How can you invest in pensions without taking any stock market risk?
- Who could save thousands of pounds every year – on the fees they’re charged for advice and how?
These are bigger money questions
Of course, you might follow ‘other’ money experts online… and perhaps you like some of their ideas – like how to spend hours swapping bank accounts around – to earn an extra twenty or thirty pounds of interest each year.
And that’s OK (I guess) if you’ve got time to spend on all that.
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