I was delighted to be asked to deliver a speech in aid of International Women’s Day two weeks ago alongside the wonderful Nikki Ramskill at The Female Money Doctor. We were tasked with discussing women and money with the them of this year #pressforprogress. We instantly came up with the “4Cs” – 4 areas that Read more about #9 – Women and Money – #Pressforprogress[…]
For many parents the option to send their children to a fee paying school is not an option. However if you wish to consider sending them, what is the best way to save and how can these costs be reduced? A Lloyds study puts the average annual cost of sending a child to Private school Read more about #8 – How to reduce the costs of paying for private school fees[…]
What are the most valuable questions you need to ask a financial adviser? This is a question I am asked frequently by my readers. One of the ways to make sure that you choose the right adviser is to arm yourself with a set of killer questions to discuss at your initial meeting. This will Read more about #6 – The most valuable questions you need to ask a financial adviser[…]
What is the biggest regret that people have when they look back on their lives? Not doing something that they had the opportunity to do. Not buying the experience.
One Question that I am asked a lot, is “How do I make better financial decisions?” Firstly, there is no quick fix! Financial decisions are complex. Often we assess the success of a financial decision years later. A staggering 80% of our decisions come from emotional and instinctive thoughts. We are good at making decisions Read more about #1 – How to Make Better Financial decisions[…]