The Business Saturday 20 January 2018
Midlife Financial Crisis
Well January is often a time when we resolve to re-centre our focus, and to get ourselves back on track – now usually this means the health and wellbeing of our bodies, but what about the health and wellbeing of our finances. Are we doing all we can to ensure their stability into the future because in fairness, if the January health plan is still going well, it should mean we’ll need our money to last us longer.
So, what can you do now to avoid your finances sliding into crisis mode and what are the midlife financial resolutions we should all be putting into practice?
Richard was joined by Susan Hayes, The Positive Economist and author of "The Savvy Woman’s Guide to Financial Freedom".
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