The worlds best retirement destinations?

Moving abroad upon retirement is an option that has become increasingly popular among Brits in recent years, with many jumping at the chance to take advantage of more affordable housing, great weather and perceived lifestyle enhancements far from the Brits shores.

5 things you should be doing different in 2018

Here are 5 things successful people gave up a long time ago:

1. Short-Termism

Successful people know that for their goals to manifest, it takes time and they must be focussed over the long term.

They also realise it is their daily HABITS that incrementally create the results they want. This is how they build their health, fitness, relationships, confidence and competence in any skill they wish to master.

2. The Need To Be Validated By Other People

Successful people do what is right and not what is popular or easy. Far too many people don’t live the lives they want to because they fear other people will disapprove, judge or reject them. As a result, they subtly begin to shrink down to fit in.

Successful people ARE very often judged initially for their ideas, beliefs and actions, but they recognise this goes with the territory and they become even more determined to prove themselves right.

Should I remortgage?

New customers aren’t the only ones who stand to benefit from cheaper mortgages.

Mortgages are long-term commitments but you do not have to stick with the same product for the whole term of the loan. A remortgage is where you take out a new mortgage on a property you already own – either to replace your existing mortgage, or to borrow money against your property.

With mortgage borrowing rates currently at a near all-time low, homeowners are able to borrow more cheaply, which largely explains why the number of people remortgaging hit a seven-year high in August 2017, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.

And its a Wrap – 2017

To all our readers, 2017 may have been a year of ups and downs, lets not kid ourselves it’s not dislike any other year however with Brexit and the Trump administration over the past 2 years, it has felt never ending at times with the media circus in tow, and a play on words for the uncertainty of the future we are bombarded with daily…