Approaching retirement? What to do if you don’t know your income projection 20th December 2018

We all know we should be saving for retirement. But research suggests many of us don’t know how much we’ve put aside for life after work, even as we approach the milestone. Understanding your projected income for retirement is crucial for making important decisions, from when you can afford to give up work to how […]

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Why you shouldn’t own (individual) shares 30th November 2017

In April 2013 Harold Pollack a University of Chicago Professor was participating in a talk with personal finance expert Helaine Olen. During the talk he said…

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Have you been nudged? 13th November 2017

I listen to lots of podcasts, I was recently listening to the podcast of BBC Radio 4’s More or Less programme which in their words “explains – and sometimes debunks – the numbers and statistics used in political debate, the news and everyday life”. A recent podcast was on the awarding of the Nobel Prize […]

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Rhetoric, reality 18th November 2016

A Donald Trump Presidency feels a bit like a defining moment. But, from a macroeconomic perspective, I have my doubts that the US is headed in an entirely new direction. A ‘TrumpQuake’ might have accelerated the collapse of the status quo, but the fault lines were already established. The dollar was strong, inflation expectations were […]

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