Skyfall financial future for you?

You should consider yourself the most important person in the universe, you are unique and you are special.

Accepting that, we presume that you would wish to organise your financial affairs to reflect this. Hopefully therefore you won’t (like almost everyone) spend more time on planning your holiday than on planning for your future.

Also you won’t allow yourself to be drawn into the same planning habits as (almost) everyone else.

Why is it that so many people tend to follow the herd and “bond” themselves to follow have similar saving and spending habits as others?

“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”.
Albert Einstein

If “diamonds are forever”, so are people’s dream; both are precious but unfortunately dreams seldom turn into reality unless you take action that is directed to improve your financial future.

After all having an ambivalent or live and let die attitude is all very well but you don’t only live twice – “you only live onc”. So this life, (your life), is not a dress rehearsal and therefore you need to take care that you do not follow the financial planning of the herd – unless you want a financial “thunderball” to impact your finances at some point in the future.

Of course if you have suffered a disappointment in the past with a financial product you may be inclined to “never say never” about all financial products or planning in the future.

However consider this – when you get to age at which you hope to stop work – will you be able to? Or will the sky fall in on you when you find out what a small amount of financial reserves you have accumulated?

To avoid a “skyfall” future you need to plan regularly, consider getting help and assistance to avoid all (or most) of the financial mistakes that can dramatically affect your future well being.Scimple!

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About Ray L Best

Ray Best has had over 30 years experience of advising on complex financial matters. A published author of a number of books including “Partnership and Shareholder Protection”, Inheritance Tax Simplified”. We provide an initial meeting at no cost and only engage with clients when we can add significant value.

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