Rhino Ron is a bad adviser, who’s dimwitted and charges too much. Here he explains the meaning of long term investment
Rhino Ron is a bad adviser, who’s dimwitted and charges too much. Here he explains just one reason why pension quotations are often so ridiculously high.
In this second of three Insights to help thirty and forty-somethings plan their money, we briefly explore the question of who you can trust for help. I say briefly because there’s enough in this question to write a very good book 😉
The video (above) will tell you why, in a nutshell, financial products are the last thing you need – to plan YOUR financial life. And here, we’ll explore what you need to put first.
Hey, have you heard about my cappuccino savings idea? No, well how would you like to, build a fund of £50,000 (or more) for the price of a coffee each day?
I hope this Insight, on Financial Education, is of interest to a very wide audience. However, it’s written primarily for employers and particularly for leaders of financial service providers who’d like to ‘up their game’ in this critically important area.