Welcome to the first profile in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series designed to get ordinary women interested in investing. Last week I wrote about my frustrations with how men and women are spoken to about money in the media. I hope that by sharing stories from ordinary women across various walks of life […]
As with all investments capital is at risk and the value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount originally invested. Back in February, a newspaper article caught my eye: ‘Money saving tips to make your child a millionaire’. I obviously […]
When I started The Money Whisperer, I decided I didn’t want to write just for women because money matters are relevant to everyone. We are a modern household and I see everything from household expenses through to investment choices as decisions we are both involved in. For me, money is genderless. However, since immersing myself […]
Think for a moment about your circle of friends. If you are middle-aged like me (not sure how or when that happened?!), you’ll likely know at least someone who is divorced or has split from a long term partner, and has had to negotiate the disentanglement of their finances. You’ll also probably know someone who […]
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