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.
I guess most of us would ‘like’ to achieve more of our biggest life goals … … but the truth is that most goals are never achieved – and most New Year’s resolutions fail 🙁 So, let’s look at why that might be – and explore some ideas for helping you achieve more of yours.
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 😉
I love that ‘Ikigai’ concept – don’t you? But do you really need a coach – to help you find your ‘sweet spot’ in life?
Last year (January 2018) a young Irish lady, Niamh (who now works in London) posted a question about financial planning on LinkedIn … … and it went viral! Yes, incredibly, within just a few days her post attracted many thousands of likes and over 1,000 comments! Which is really odd when you think about it…
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.