10 out of every 100 women have a stocks and shares ISA compared to 17 out of 100 guys. Private pensions? Just 11 out of 100, compared to 17 blokes. Women tend to be more nervous about the risk of investments and stick with our measly current accounts which we know pay pathetic amounts. Long-term, this can be bad news. We want to show you that you can get on the investment ladder with as little as £1 a day……and you don’t need to be a Maths nerd either! Give us 5 minutes to show you how. It’s not for everyone BUT don’t assume it’s not for you.
Would you go on a 2 week holiday without knowing what you had to spend? Don’t be daft! So why do we leave the last 30-odd years of our life to chance?
So grit your teeth, find the biscuits and give us 10 minutes to help you get to your retirement income number. ‘Cos without it, your plans to travel the world are a bit like leaving home without the car keys.
And although it’s a bit dull, aren’t you a little bit nosey to know how much you might have to spend every week?Download guide
Stop thinking about boring ‘pensions’ and think about what you want to spend it on instead. Travelling the world when you retire? Now that’s interesting.
- We know we need to do this but it’s never top of the list. You don’t need to be loaded to start.
- We can help you get this monkey off your back from £1 a day and a 10 minute read.
- We’ll tell you who we like and where you can go.
Just 10% of women have stocks & shares ISAs compared to 17% of the lads. Why is this? Don’t tell the boys but we’re actually better investors too.
The stock market freaks people out. It’s risky. It feels like gambling for many. It’s hard to understand. We’re worried about getting fleeced.
But for some people it’s actually the most sensible option for your long-term savings and we think that women are missing out.
We promise promise promise that this doesn’t have to be as mind-bogglingly hard as the pie chart loving experts like to make out. Check out our Guide for some tips and ideas.Download guide
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