2017 for me was the year of small changes for big gains

2017 for me was the year of small changes for big gains

It’s the end of another year. I hope it has been a satisfying one for you. Before we turn to 2018, I thought I’d gather together some of my most popular articles this year, in case you missed them.
Very best wishes for the New Year from Maria and myself at The Money Advisers.
Enjoy looking back. Next week, we’ll be looking forward.

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Christmas Message

Christmas Message

It’s Christmas Eve. I am in Portland, Oregon spending Christmas with my in-laws. I wish you a wonderful Christmas, whatever you’re doing. Make the most of the break. Enjoy spending time with family and friends, and don’t forget to stock up on batteries.  

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2017 should be the last year of “niggles”. It’s time to take action.

2017 should be the last year of “niggles”. It’s time to take action.

I’ve ordered In Praise of Slow by Carl Honoré for my Christmas holiday reading. Why? I suppose I’m becoming aware of the long-term damage of doing everything in fifth gear. There’s been a lot of talk about burnout this year and I’ve seen it at close hand so, this morning, I’m taking a look out how financial issues can contribute to making us feel overwhelmed and what we can do about it.

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What goes on inside our heads

What goes on inside our heads

This week is something a little different to what you’re used to reading. Keep going to the end. It’s what goes on inside our heads regularly. You will probably identify with Brian in some way, shape or form. If you’d like to discuss any aspects of your finances in confidence, please do not hesitate to contact me in confidence. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

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Would a tax on land lead to anarchy amongst middle class Ireland?

Would a tax on land lead to anarchy amongst middle class Ireland?

David McWilliams has an interesting idea. He reckons it will invigorate our economy, reduce wealth inequality and solve the housing crisis. He thinks we should be taxing land. So if government decided to run with it, how would it affect you? Let’s take a look. PS, it’s time to do the Christmas shopping.

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