Why Your Job Won’t Give You a Decent Retirement Income.

Retirement

The Government argues that WORK remains the best route for individuals to create a decent pension pot. But does this stack up in the real world as the hourly minimum wage for workers aged 25 years or more now stands at £7.20, worth £252 a week to someone who works 35 hours. That’s £13104 per…

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47% of Britons Want a Career Change

47% Career Change

The London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) recently published a report that answered the question ‘Are UK professionals looking for a career change?’ The report was based on a survey and the survey results indicated that practically half of all workers in the UK (47%) would like to change career. The research shows that…

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One Little Known Method to Save a Substantial Mortgage Deposit in Two Years!

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Since 2014 there have been many articles and reports written in the British Press on how difficult it is for first time buyers to save a mortgage deposit. Last year www.ThisisMoney.co.uk reported that: “Life is on hold for first-time buyers: Young home-hunters face 22-year wait to save for a deposit”. Then www.Propertywire.com reported that: “The…

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5 Reasons to Quit Your Job In 2017!

5 Reasons to quit your Job

Everything is changing, all of us are being squeezed by vanishing pensions, less time to spend with our children, diminishing job security, more stress at work so why quit your job? Here are my five reasons in no particular order, but feel free to click on the link to read the one that is more…

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5 Reasons to Quit Your Job In 2017 – Reason 2

5 Reasons to quit your Job

Reason 2 – A better retirement pension:  A little while ago a friend of mine, let’s call him John, told me that he was looking at the figures from the probate office and those figures showed that 95% of people who died each year had less than £5000 pounds in the bank. They worked hard…

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