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Working hard or hardly working?

Working hard or hardly working? Of the 4.2 million home workers in the UK  roughly, 60% are self-employed and working hard. The number of people working from home has risen to its highest level since records began, which now amounts to nearly 14% of the total UK workforce according to the Office for National Statistics …read in detail

Pensioner Poverty – Can you afford to Retire?

Pensioner Poverty – Can you afford to Retire? I know we keep banging on about this subject but it just won’t go away. I have this uneasy feeling that when I’m done with my “day job” I’m not going to be able to afford to live on what I’ve earned or saved so far. So where …read in detail

Becoming an Homepreneur & How To Work from Home

Becoming an Homepreneur & How To Work from Home Homepreneur is a made up name that doesn’t exist in Wikipedia, yet there are 2.9 million Homepreneurs currently contributing £300bn to the UK economy.  Impressive numbers when you stop and think about it. Not only do we (Homepreneurs) spend £40bn in the local economies in which we …read in detail

What is Affiliate Marketing and Earning a Passive Income

  What is Affiliate Marketing and Earning a Passive Income Here’s how Affiliate Marketing works (a simplified version): Website owners or bloggers promote a third party’s product by including a link to that product on their website. When a visitor clicks on that link and makes a purchase from the third party the website owner …read in detail

Faceless Fraudsters – 5 Helpful Tips

Faceless Fraudsters – 5 Helpful Tips We don’t know these fraudsters, these faceless people with no name or shame. What we do know is: they want our money. Financial Fraud Action UK (FFA UK) is responsible for leading the collective fight against fraudsters in the UK payments industry. Its membership includes the major banks, credit, …read in detail

Work from Home – How to Earn and Learn

The Internet has no barriers where Age is concerned

The Internet has no barriers where Age is concerned 71% of 65-74 year old are active on the Internet..including my parents, however, I do get daily phone calls to sort out their IT issues! That aside they have embraced technology very well all be it begrudgingly at first. The latest report is that 70 is …read in detail

Pension Forecast – Is yours looking Bright & Sunny?

Pension Forecast – Is yours looking Bright & Sunny? “Head in the Sand” springs to mind when I realised I didn’t have a Retirement Plan. Aged nearly 50 I had “bits” of pensions collected over the years from various jobs but nothing that would keep me in the lap of luxury that I think I deserve! …read in detail

Is Your Pension Pot Enough to Retire on?