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Will you be a burden on your children?

I’m sure we all want to give our children the very best, but my observation is that many parents are storing up problems for the future. Let me explain:

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Time to take action

Total UK personal debt stood at £1,452bn at the end of May 2011, according to figures from Credit Action – almost as much as the whole country has produced in the year to June 2011 and a sum that equates to over £8,000 per household (excluding mortgages).

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Some Harsh Words on Retirement Planning

The following article is quite abrupt and to the point. It is difficult to write about some of the basic, yet important issues surrounding retirement planning without perhaps touching some nerves. So if you’re easily offended, please move on. My objective here is to help people to understand retirement and to successfully plan ahead for later life. This involves waking up to some serious issues. So please read this in the spirit it is meant and please don’t shoot the messenger.

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Save Now or Borrow Later

I’m sure we all recognise the obvious need to save money. It’s clearly preferable to make purchases from your own money rather than from borrowed money, especially when the significant cost of loans is understood.

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I have known Barry and used his financial services for many years for various aspects of our family’s needs. He has always provided a first class independent and personal service, giving un-biased advice that is in our best interest. He operates his business in a very professional way and communicates all the information efficiently and speedily.

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