financial advice

Stop thinking about your money according to monthly budgets.
Dreaded by many and loved by few, exam season is upon us. In schools up and down the country teenagers will be frantically
A survey released this month by the Royal Medical Benevolent Fund (RMBF) has revealed that an alarming number of doctors are experiencing mental health and wellbeing problems, such as depression and anxiety as a result of working under increasing pressure and scrutiny. Yet despite their obvious need for support and advice, the doctors surveyed also said they are unlikely to seek help for fear of discrimination or stigma from colleagues (84%).
For many young people managing money can be confusing but many of us are lucky enough to have the safety net of friends and family to help us get to grips with the challenges. For vulnerable young people, who may face difficult family relationships, are in and out of care or have nowhere permanent to live, not having basic budgeting skills can leave them "just coping" to get by.
I know what you're thinking. "Oh, here we go. The wanky marketing guy, making all sorts of fanciful assertions. We won't be able to do any of what he says because regulation. Why don't they ever understand? Sigh."
Financial advisors are on the sharp edge of the divorce journey, and they certainly know what are the trigger points for a divorce to become nasty.
For the last number of years you have been part of a couple and unless you have kept your finances completely separate (which some couples do) your finances have become intermingled. Sit down with a copy of your last three months bank statements (if it is a joint account make sure you give a copy to your spouse as they will need to do the same).
Divorce.....whether it's amicable or not; complications, surprise expenses and lots of financial jargon don't help an already stressful situation.
I believe feminism is about making smart choices which allow you to live the life you need to support your emotional health as well as your physical health. When you put your finances in the hands of someone else...
So everything is crystal clear, the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) has been introduced, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned rebates and transparency reigns in the financial industry; consumers are rejoicing - well not quite.
Everybody is looking to maximise earnings and minimise spending in order to have that little bit more to spend on the treats life has to offer. As we enter the new financial year, here are five top money tips to help you on your way.
With the economy remaining sluggish, it is no longer a rarity to see news of closed shops, failed businesses and company administrations. But it isn't just businesses receiving final demands for payment - debt in the UK has become personal. It is said that most of us are only one or two pay packets from bankruptcy.
The average family debt, excluding mortgages, has increased by 48% in just a year, a report has revealed. The study, by insurance
As many as 4.5m Britons could be concealing secret savings from their partner, amounting to a total stash of £4.6bn