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When Should I go VAT Registered as a Small Business?

I’m really excited to bring this episode to you because we’re going to bust through a couple of myths about VAT, why it’s beneficial for you to consider going VAT registered even if perhaps you’re nowhere near that £85,000 threshold, and the importance of planning ahead. I’m interviewing Wendy Tetley, who is actually my own…

During the Coronavirus crisis you can take a three month mortgage payment holiday. This article covers whether you should take it and what your options are.

Taking a Mortgage Payment Holiday: What are Your Options?

One of the decisions that the government has done to try and assist people who are in financial difficulties during the current Covid-19 virus crisis is to be able to have the ability to take a three month mortgage payment holiday. One of the questions that has come in this week from my Money Circle…

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Are Premium Bonds Worth Investing In: the Pros & Cons

During one of my recent Ask Me Anything sessions in my Money Circle membership, one of my members was asking about premium bonds. I decided having conducted some up to date research that my findings around are premium bonds worth investing in would be well worth sharing with all of you. What are premium bonds?…

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Conquer Loss Aversion: The Reason You’re not Reaching Your Goals

One of the biggest issues that I see withing my audience is setting goals and not implementing them, setting goals and not reaching them, or setting goals and being so overwhelmed by them that nothing happens and nothing takes place, and this is something called loss aversion. In general, I am an action taker. When…

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10 Tips on Creating a Will to Protect Your Family

I’m going to share my top 10 tips as to creating a will to protect you and your family. Now, there’s lots of concerns and worries about making wills, and in actual fact, it’s quite simple and straightforward. This is a conversation that I have on a regular basis with many people that I coach,…

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How to Pay Off Debt Fast By Someone Who’s Done it – with Maria Nedeva

I am so excited to bring this particular episode to you. I’m actually interviewing a lady called Maria Nedeva who is a business school professor and she’s the creator of The Money Principle, which is a personal finance website where Maria teaches people in financial trouble how to build sustainable wealth. Now what I love…

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Are You Suffering from Financial PTSD? 5 Questions to Ask Yourself.

I want to talk about a taboo subject and one that I am not seeing talked about enough; the subject off financial PTSD. For those of you that have never come across this term, PTSD stands for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and there’s actually lots of people that I have seen addressing this particular area…

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Knowing Your Consumer Rights to Complain with Helen Dewdney

Today I’m interviewing an incredible lady about your consumer rights to complain, Helen Dewdney, owner of The Complaining Cow. Helen is the financial consumer champion – she writes for The Financial Times, MoneyWise, The Telegraph, has been part of the Rip Off Britain consumer expert team, and the BBC Radio London phone-in expert team. She’s…

I'm going to share with you 10 tips as to how I believe that you can start to help your children develop a positive relationship with money.

10 Ways to Help Children Develop A Positive Relationship with Money

Today I wanted to talk to you about, first of all, some of the worst lessons that you can teach your children about money, and then I’m going to share with you 10 tips as to how I believe that you can start to help your children develop a positive relationship with money. The reason…

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How Imposter Syndrome Can Serve You & Help Make Money Your Friend

Today I wanted to share with you a little exercise that I have done on a regular basis when I go through times of self sabotage, times when I think I’m not good enough to be doing this. Believe me, imposter syndrome always comes out – it’s that little inner critic voice always there on…