What does financial freedom mean to you? Why would you want to learn to plan it for yourself?
Most people would say they’d like more financial freedom but it means something different to everyone.
Are you open to thought experiments and new ideas? What if this idea could save you, or earn you, several thousands of pounds? Well, if like the sound of that, read on, because this one’s for you.
In this extract from Chapter 1 of my book, ‘Who misleads YOU about money?’ we’ll learn how we’re tricked into spending all our money today. This matters because the result is our failure to save for our big, long term financial life goals – for ourselves and our loved ones.
Working inside the Financial Services industry for 25 years, and observing it from the outside for another ten, I guess I’ve seen a lot of what goes on. I know what good (and fair priced) financial products, and financial advisers, look like, and many of those advisers are really good at their job. However, they’re…
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 😉