Man vs. Machine

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Millennials, those born roughly between 1980-2000 (en.wikipedia.org/millennials) are exceptional in many ways. They are generally better educated than their predecessors, more ethnically diverse, and more economically active.

Yet they confront greater difficulties; financial worries take many guises, from university graduates struggling with debt to saving for their first home.

In recent years we’ve seen a shift in responsibility for financial matters from the state and employer to the individual and it is becoming increasingly important that Millennials are equipped with the knowledge to make confident, informed decisions about their financial future.

As we progress through life, we are faced with different financial challenges. Everyone needs help to make the most of their money so they can live life to the full and achieve their goals.

As a generation carrying new personal financial responsibility, it is critically important for Millennials to be on a path leading toward financial security.

For those working outside the financial industry, its language and concepts are an unfamiliar terrain.

Andrew Whiting Wealth Consultancy LLP can make complex subjects such as budgeting, managing debt, state benefits, building-up an emergency savings fund and medium-term investment plans simple to understand.

Despite living in an era of digital technology when it comes to ‘financial planning’ more than half of young people agreed ‘you need an expert’ (Legg Mason Global Survey 2007).

If you are seeking sound, professional advice, Andrew Whiting Wealth Consultancy will provide this tailored service. For further information please contact 0121 215 5912 to arrange a convenient time to talk with Brett Linton, Wealth Management Consultant at Andrew Whiting Wealth Consultancy LLP.  Please quote Just Do Property in all communications

 

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