Great Money Quotes

Great Money Quotes

Sometimes it only takes a line or two to capture a big idea. A good quote can inspire us, motivate us and encourage us to think about money in a positive way. Here are some of my favourites. “Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts...

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Crash or Correction?

Crash or Correction?

What is a recession? What is a crash? What is a correction? What is a bear market? Is this Coronavirus sell-off a correction or crash? Some questions we can answer. Some we can only guess at. But the following is a guide to understanding the history and the...

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Pension Adjustment Orders

Pension Adjustment Orders

As I mentioned in a previous blog, Divorce - Who Gets What, the division of wealth after a separation adds an enormous stress factor to an already difficult process. After the family home, pensions are often the second most valuable asset under consideration. In the...

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The Loser’s Game

The Loser’s Game

In recent weeks the name of Neil Woodford has been added to the list of star fund managers who have crashed and burned. Woodford’s flagship Equity Income Fund is now closed to withdrawals as Woodford struggles to liquidate stocks to meet investor demands for cash...

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Divorce – Who Gets What?

Divorce – Who Gets What?

Divorce brings about huge changes in the lives of those involved, not least the prospect of coming to an agreement on who gets what. I’m going to focus on the key financial issues that tend to arise once the parties agree to separate, assuming they cannot agree...

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What To Do If You Win The Lotto

What To Do If You Win The Lotto

When we heard about last week’s €175 million lotto win, Ireland’s biggest ever, I’m sure we all fantasised about what we would do if we had a massive windfall. While research suggests that most winners’ life satisfaction improves, it’s undoubtedly a life changing...

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How to Invest

How to Invest

The question of how to invest is an important one, never more so than in a time of stock market turbulence. 2018 has seen one of the US stock market’s worst ever days, followed by a six day rally, but all adding up to a resurgence in volatility. So, how to invest (and...

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The Money Taboo

The Money Taboo

Why do we find talking about money so embarrassing? With family and friends we can generally talk fairly easily about sex, death, religion, politics – all the ‘big ones’ except money! It’s incredible to think that something as straightforward as money is arguably the...

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What is an ARF?

What is an ARF?

Let’s face it, pensions are boring, complicated and full of jargon. Unfortunately they are also very important to our wellbeing so whether we like it or not, it’s important to know the basics. If you have a private pension (ie, anything other than the State Pension)...

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