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Tag Archives: Youth
Lovers of this blog and especially the work of Con Keating will enjoy this shot of a young Con in a family if not familiar pose! Little was published of the great man in his younger days for good reason, … Continue reading
According to a recent RBS Survey, 59% of parents believe their children will be financially worse off than them in the future On average children believe they will earn £56,000 aged 35 – twice the average wage Only 5% of … Continue reading
Vivi Friedgut is quite a woman. Still in her early thirties she has left the world of private banking where she could make easy money advising the super-rich. She has chosen to invest her private capital in educating students and those at … Continue reading
960,000 people reach 65 in this country this year- the first of a series of baby-boom Tsunamis; we have laid out the retirement carpet for them, but the carpet’s faded and full of holes Continue reading