Financial success is different for everyone, but the journey towards it should be enjoyed as much as the destination.
Financial freedom is available to most people, if they begin early enough. It just requires time, patience and commitment to 3 simple steps.
End of life regrets are not really something we think about until our final months. But maybe we should face into this earlier in life.
Valentine’s Day enthusiasm often declines as we get older, but it could be the ideal time to re-kindle the excitement of planning.
Some predict the collapse of work-life balance, but maybe it still has a place. In a way, it comes down to how well your work is aligned with your personal values. Which do you prefer? Work-life blending or balance?
Apparently, the most popular New Year Resolutions are 1. Exercise more….. 2. Lose weight…. 3. Get organised…..*yawn* bored already. Try a more exciting approach to improve the chances of success.
Whether donating your time or money, the joy of giving can provide a positive and sustained boost to long term wellbeing.
From early retirement to creating a better work life balance. How might cashflow modelling help you shape the life you really want?
Financial independence sounds good, but are you confident about it means and how to achieve it? Follow these steps to get started.
Confidence with money is not especially high in the UK. 39% of adults don’t feel confident managing their money. But help is at hand.
Preferred retirement age is an individual choice. It doesn’t need to be aligned with the state pension, or your employer’s pension scheme. Of course, you may need to do some planning to make sure it’s achievable. A while back, I asked my 11-year-old son what a pension is. He said, “It’s a bunch of moneyContinue reading “Don’t let pension rules dictate your preferred retirement age”
Financial life planning can bring inspiration, excitement and peace of mind into your life, but for some, the idea can be scary and overwhelming.