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Goal Setting

 
 
How to turn £15k into £1m for your children

How to turn £15k into £1m for your children

February 22, 2019

Anybody from a new-born baby until they are in their 60s can have a pension – you can even set one up in your baby’s name and pay into it from the day of their birth! The beneficiary can’t access their pension until retirement age, so your children can’t use it to buy a car or a house or to pay for university. So why would you consider starting one for your child?

Category: Financial Planning, Goal Setting, Saving & Investing

 
Planning your financial goals for the year

Planning your financial goals for the year

February 8, 2019

Around 10% of the year has already flown by – but that means there’s still 90% of it left to make your mark on 2019 and take control of your financial goals. If you resolved to do just that, then it’s time to be resilient, set a strategy, focus on your outcome and take consistent steps towards it.

Category: Goal Setting

 
The path to financial freedom

The path to financial freedom

November 9, 2018

What if I said we have everything within us to live a life beyond our wildest dreams and have financial freedom.  Would you believe me? It starts with having a clear vision of your goals.

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Achieving Goals – how are you progressing so far this year?

Achieving Goals – how are you progressing so far this year?

January 16, 2018

Setting goals and reading them every morning and every night before you fall asleep will help you stay on course to achieving goals. So whether it’s January 1st or August 27th the best time to start is now. When setting your goals you need to make sure they are SMAC certified, read this article to find out what that means.

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How to set your goals… and achieve them!

How to set your goals… and achieve them!

November 16, 2017

Goal setting and creating a compelling vision is the first thing you should do when you decide to get financially organised. It’s the first step because if you don’t know where you’re going, you won’t get there.

Category: Goal Setting