Thinking ahead – Real life example

| March 7, 2017

I had been made redundant. The pay out disappeared rapidly and finding a job was proving difficult. I was forced to do Temp work just to put food on the table. When I had work, times were good but holidays, with no pay quickly taught me I needed to have some strategy to save some […]

P2P Lending (7) Is it right morally?

| December 26, 2016

Yes! You see you’re sucked in, just like everyone else. Fooled by the magic of compounding interest. I nearly was too!

P2P Lending (5) No Tax Ouch!

| November 4, 2016

Some P2P lenders do not withhold investor funds for tax. Ouch!

P2P Lending as an investment for beginners -2

| September 13, 2016

The risks rise accordingly in relation to the interest rate. The higher the rate, the higher their assessment of the risk of default but there are some ways to reduce the effects a default would have on your total portfolio:

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 . . .