What’s his is mine, right?

What’s his is mine, right?

60% of women in the US over 65 are single, divorced or widowed. In Ireland, with women living on average 4 years longer than men, and the small but growing divorce rate, there is a strong likelihood that women will need to, for at least some of their later years, live by their own means. Are you prepared?

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Sailing with the Tides

Sailing with the Tides

Embarking on a financial plan is like sailing around the world. The voyage won’t always go to plan, and there’ll be rough seas. But the odds of reaching your destination increase greatly if you are prepared, flexible, patient, and well-advised.

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In search of security

In search of security

Is there any sense occupying a family home which is now surplus to requirements? Nobody is ever obliged to sell, but there are a few benefits. However, what impact will this have on the extended family if that’s the decision you ultimately make?

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You’re invited!

You’re invited!

Due to overwhelming demand, I am hosting an interactive panel discussion next Thursday night on succession planning – and you’re invited! You’ll find details of the lineup below. I hope to see you there.

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The definition of insanity? You.

The definition of insanity? You.

A friend did a business course recently and the tutor encouraged the participants to stop what they were doing once a day and ask themselves “Is what I’m doing now contributing to my success?” I like the idea of questioning our logic for doing what we’ve always done. I don’t expect you to do it very day, but you should certainly be doing it every time a major event in life comes along.

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