“Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now.”
A firm has been once again been named one of the UK’s top companies to work for.
It’s one of the oldest rules in the book when it comes to personal finance: the concept of “paying oneself first”.
Making decisions on our finances and wellbeing is something most take for granted. But what if you lose capacity to make these decisions? Who will make them for you, and what impact could this have on your lifestyle?
“I want you to contribute to a pension. Trust me, just do it. You’ll thank me in 40 years’ time”.
An Aberdeen-based accountancy firm has thanked its staff after raising £100,000 for charity.
Something worth £1.2 million is very valuable indeed. Life changing. So why are the vast majority of working adults in the UK not insuring an asset with this financial value?
I’m sure many of us will have placed a cheeky bet or two on a World Cup match when it was on…
My group of friends seems to have reached that stage of life now, that wherever I turn these days I cannot move for either babies, or weddings.
Every industry has it, to one extent or another. The dreaded “jargon”. For some reason, financial jargon just seems more scary and intimidating than the rest.