Apr 192016
 

I recently came across a rare piece of good news in the business press – average UK incomes are likely to rise this year.

However, reading on from the headlines – the article also states that average incomes will only rise by about 0.2% to 0.5%.

Will you have more?

That’s a rise of £2 to £5 for every £1000 earned – for someone on the average income in the UK it means an annual rise of about nothing to not much more!!  And that’s before taxes, national insurance etc!

The reality for most people, whatever the percentages are, is they will not see any real benefit even if their salary does rise slightly.
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Apr 192016
 

I suspect most of us were raised and educated to work as hard as we could, pass our exams, get a good job and work until we’re 65 then have a happy retirement.

Sound familiar? Is that what your parents and teachers told you? This cartoon seamed to sum up many people’s thoughts on this traditional plan:

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Well, we all know that JOB stands for “Just Over Broke” – earn just enough to keep you there.

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Apr 192016
 

The newspaper headline ‘One in 10 of over-65s are still in work: More than a million people have now put off retirement’.

It doesn’t have to be that way!

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I want to work with dignity and be paid equally

What is retirement? For many it is the time when they can stop working in a 40+ hour a week job and change their lifestyle. Perhaps working part-time to get out of the house and bring in some extra money as well as having plenty of time to do the things that really matter, family, friends, hobbies etc.

But for someone over 50 or 60, what is working part-time these days? Stacking shelves? Cashier at the petrol station? Cleaning?

There has to be a better way than that! And there is.

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Apr 192016
 
women looking to return to work

I want to be paid what I’m worth

A recent headline ‘Terror of being the work experience girl at 50: Surrounded by tech-savvy young people and getting paid NOTHING’. Why?

Why would someone in their 40s, 50s or even more mature want to work in a strange environment and get paid little or nothing for it? I’m sure there are some good reasons out there but there must be a better way!

For anyone, not just mums, looking to get back into work there is an alternative. To me, our business is the ideal vehicle to help people get back into work AND earn some money. Continue reading »

Apr 192016
 
The ideal business = more money and more free time

Too young for the scrapheap – there is a better way

The disturbing headlines recently – more than 1 Million over 55’s in the UK who have lost their job, often through redundancy, have little or no prospect of getting a meaningful or worthwhile job again.

For many this could lead to them losing their savings, even their homes; tragically, for some the pressures are too much. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

If you are affected by this or know someone who is then please take a look at our business information – the opportunity of a lifetime – age is not an issue with us.

If you are concerned that this may affect you in the future, then now is the best time to start – this is the ideal business to create an additional income for life.

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