Is the stock market the way forward?

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When thinking about retirement you must first think about funding.  You may have been putting money into a pensions saving account however, if this is not the case or if the amount you have saved isn’t quite enough to keep you going for the period of time you will be retired then the stock market could be the way for you to go.  Rates may look promising but they are certainly far from impressive...

Everything you need to know about purchasing a second home abroad

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Sometimes your head and heart are signing from the same hymn sheet. Your head wants you to make shrewd financial decisions that lead to a prosperous and successful existence. Your heart wants to go on holiday and enjoy yourself. Buying a second home abroad can bring those two desires together. This is your chance to make a smart investment that can deliver better growth than the sort of pitiful interest...

Sponsored Ad: 100 holidays – and counting – so far

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How Derek and Liz Holness have made the most of their unique investment in holidays With time on their hands following early retirement, the Holnesses invested in the Holiday Property Bond in 2000 – and by doing so became part-owners of an amazing portfolio of  over 1,300 holiday homes in some of the loveliest locations in the UK and Europe, of which they and their fellow investors (“Bondholders”)...

Taking advantage of public transport

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According to a recent BBC news story many over 50’s in England don’t use public transport.  Is this true ? The BBC say that “A third of over 65’s in England never use public transport.”  In my opinion this is quite a shocking figure considering the benefits of public transport available for us as over 50’s.  In England from the age of 60 you are eligible for...