It always takes me by surprise when I find out just how long people manage to live with their money worries before seeking help. It’s almost as though they’re hoping their financial issues will be resolved automatically.
A financial advisor, or in more serious cases, a debt counsellor, should be able to help. After all, this is what they are trained to do. Naturally, as with any other service, there will be a cost involved. However, potential clients often balk at the cost, and choose to muddle on by themselves. Usually to their own detriment. Continue reading
As a somewhat public figure, I find myself fielding questions of a financial nature at the most random times. The latest one went as follows:
Question: Why is it so difficult to buy a second property? Continue reading
At a recent conference for self-employed accountants, someone asked, “Can you afford to live to 100?” Immediately they began looking up life expectancy figures, and concluded that the question was moot. What they did not understand is that life expectancy is increasing and in about ten years, the age in question may very well be 110. Continue reading