In the final blog post of financial advice for single people, we’ll look at being prepared for retirement, and what to do to protect yourself if you can’t make decisions for yourself. Planning for retirement You may think it’s a bit of leap from emergency funds to retiring, but you’ve only got one salary to […]
In the last post, we looked at how to take action to prepare your finances for the future. This post looks at other steps you can take to ensure your financial security. Insurance Priority Critical illness is the second priority, in my opinion, after income protection. Your income is, without question, your single biggest asset. […]
Following on from the first blog post on what to think about for your financial future, we’re going to look at some things you need to consider with your finances. Some basic insurance The first thing you need to think about and do is to put in place some protection against disaster – the […]
So much of the advice around personal finance assumes that you’re part of a couple, or you aspire to be. More of us are choosing to stay single and for longer, and if that’s true, it’s important to take matters into our own hands. Over the next few blog posts, I’ll be offering some advice […]
Over the course of my conversation with Greg Davies, we looked at the internal and external factors that influence how people choose to invest their money. In this final post, we look at how to look at your own behaviour to help you make better decisions. Would I buy it now? Greg explained that: The […]
During my chat with Greg Davies, which began with this post, I asked if he could explain the concept of ‘anchoring’, and what the effect of it is on our financial decision-making. Understanding anchoring in decision-making “Anchoring is our tendency to infer things from other cues in the environment. One of the first experiments into […]
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