The Summer is over and the days are getting shorter. It’s now feeling like Autumn. How’s the Family Office looking? Advertisements
(or the joys of heat and mass transfer for woven and non-woven fabrics versus ambient humidity and air circulation rates)
Handy little rules of thumb, sound so smart but are so dumb.
I’ve probably checked my main current account balance everyday – more or less – for the last 15 years. I check my portfolio about once a month but the indices about daily. Is that too much / too often / too time consuming? Am I obsessed, is this OCD? And what would I do if […]
I overheard a colleague today talking about the repair bill for his car “I’ve just paid off the holiday and this comes out of the blue! I cannae believe it”.
Here is a review of my 12 year experiment with Zopa; the good, the bad an the ugly.
May 2019 might be remembered for a number of things; the end of Mother Thersea, the Brexit Party and LibDems triumphing but it’s been a good time for GFF overall. We’ve had some great adventures at home and some away and our spending has never been lower. My main thoughts have been towards FIRE / […]
“April come she will” sang Simon and Garfunkel and now it’s gone. The tax year is over and time for another month-end accounts update and things are looking better. Headlines are that spending is down, assets are up and tax has been sorted.
Should auld taxes be forgot, and ne’er brought tae mind? Should auld taxes be forgot, and auld lang syne? So sang Rabbie Burns (with a name like that he’d be a big fan of FIRE for sure) Many Happy Tax Returns everyone!
If you are like me, you’ve probably spent a fortune on trading fees over the years. You don’t always see it but they are there. Now some fee-free platforms are available to UK investors.