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
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? “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
Baby Boomer – Am I too Old to Start my own Business? Starting your own business wasn’t on the curriculum when I was at school and it certainly wasn’t in my parents time, it is only in the past 5-10yrs that we (the older generation) have become “exposed” to the idea being self-employed. Have a …read in detail
How to Create a Home Based Business. Trying to find a new business opportunity can you leave you exhausted. There is so much information that we don’t know where to start. This post is designed to help you clear the confusion and find the right path to take on your journey to setting up your …read in detail
How Safe Is Your Job? Humans Need Not Apply In the year 1776 – very few types of jobs existed. In 2015 – The Office for National Statistics in the UK lists 27,966 different job titles. It’s similar in the USA. The question is: How safe do you feel your job is right now? In the USA …read in detail
Are You Facing Redundancy? – What to do next. The mere mention of redundancy will strike fear into the hearts of many who have bills to pay and mouths to feed. Financial advisors would say it’s better to be prepared for redundancy, at least, it will lessen the blow when the axe falls. This is great if …read in detail
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