Money's too tight to mention but experts say financial planning can help
From MindfulMoney :: Mindful Money
November 25, 2012 - 7:00pm
The British have become significantly gloomier about their finances in the last 12 months with four fifths now saying they worry about money. But one organisation, the Institute of Financial Planning (IFP) and its chief executive and Mindful Money contributor Nick Cann, is spending this week trying to convince the public that with better financial planning they can make things a lot less gloomy. It’s a tough call. A survey of a 1,000 people carried out for the IFP by opinion pollsters YouGov shows at least one depressing trend. Whereas 60 per cent of the public were worried about their finances this time last year, that number has now reached 80 per cent. The figure for those who rarely worry about money has dropped to 16 per cent. Last year, the percentage of those who rarely worried about money stood at 35 per cent. On the slightly brighter side, thirteen per cent sa...
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