I speak to a lot of people who say that budgeting just doesn’t work for them. They’ve tried and failed in the past to stick to a budget, and think they need a different way of managing their money. If you’re serious about getting in control of your money and changing your behaviours, then you […]
Closing The Gender Pensions Gap : are we tackling it the right way? I was invited yesterday to attend an event hosted by Now:Pensions titled ‘Closing the gender pensions gap’. We hear so much in the media about all the ‘gaps’ – there’s the gender pay gap, the wealth gap and probably a fair few […]
On Saturday, The Money Whisperer won Best Investing Blog 2019 and Best Family Money Blog 2019 (for the second year running). To say I was shocked was an understatement, but totally elated at the same time! It’s fantastic to be a finalist but when you win, it’s such a huge pat on the back and […]
What might happen if you were unable to work for an extended period of time? For most of us, it would be very difficult to find the money to keep up the current standard of living. Today I have a guest post written in collaboration with Taisha Betz, an Independent Financial Planner at Continuum Wealth […]
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