Thinking Ahead – Retirement Worries?

| February 12, 2017

For many of us, retirement probably feels a long way off – too far to think about today. Unfortunately we have memories of our Grandparents spending time with the Grand kids and travelling, and assume that we’ll retire the same way. Sorry to burst your bubble but that’s highly unlikely. In 1938, Michael Joseph Savage, […]

The Pension Crisis – Part 3 – Bridging the Gap

| August 27, 2016

For many people the simple truth is, you will either retire in poverty, becoming another family dependant or you’ll work until you are seventy something and end up in a bed in a geriatric ward . . . unless . . .

The Pension Crisis – Part 2 – Why Now?

| August 19, 2016

Way in the corner, across the dimly lit floor, in a glassed in office was their new computer. It took a few moments to realise that each of the hundreds of holes in the sea of carpet, was a plug where a desk and a person had sat.