Posted by Flora Maudsley-Barton | June 28, 2017
Why Should I Start Now?
How pushy should I be with my answer to that?
We’ve helped hundreds of people who are glad they got started, and wish they’d started sooner. They would say I should do anything I can to encourage you. So, today’s blog is short so you can click on the link and get started.
“I haven’t got much spare this month”
Just get started with a small amount then, click on the link!
“I don’t know where to start”
Click on the link, we’ll help you
“Even if I’ve got an overdraft?”
Answer these questions honestly, we will guide you to good ideas
We’ve heard ‘meh’ before. It means “this is too scary, I’ll carry on doing nothing”. But really - how is doing nothing working out for you? Click on the link, I promise we won’t bite. That’s one of the few things I can promise in financial planning because …
The value of your investment can go down as well as up and you may not get back the full amount you invested. Investing in shares should be regarded as a long-term investment and should fit in with your overall attitude to risk and financial circumstances. (That’s why we’re happy to help)
Still not sure? Read our week 1 blog again ‘why should I have a financial goal’.