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It’s no secret that money is the leading cause of stress in relationships. Financial philosophies, which are often inherited from parents, can vary wildly. If you are a saver and your partner is a spendthrift, how can you find harmony when it comes to managing your finances? Unless you are insanely wealthy, money is involved […]
Have you resolved to get your finances in order in 2019 but don’t know where to start? Here are the five questions you need to ask yourself Was your new year’s resolution to get your finances in order but here you are three weeks in and not quite sure where to start? Well, we’re here to help! If you’re not […]
The collapse of the banking sector, mis-selling of endowments, pensions, PPI, the LIBOR rate fixing scandal… it’s not hard to see why financial companies are not exactly top of the trusted professions list right now. Public mistrust is possibly at an all-time high and the industry is having to take a long hard look at […]
At Infinity our financial consultants provide a range of services to our clients. We help individuals to make and achieve their personal financial goals by creating and building wealth through regular savings and investment plans and by assisting with pension and retirement planning and we help them to protect that wealth with adequate insurance to […]
Financial planning brings to mind things like clearing debt, saving and investing money wisely. What many people overlook is the effect wise spending can have on financial planning. While savings planning and careful consideration of investments is vital to the good management of personal finances, many people often don’t consider analysing their spending patterns. However […]
The year ahead is full of promise and many people have a set of resolutions and plans which will help them enjoy a better life. The beginning of a new year is both a symbolic and practical time to make changes. One change that would benefit many people would be to bring more order to […]
Our ‘Lifetime of financial planning’ series has examined the importance of financial planning at each stage of life and charts how priorities change over time. In this week’s post, we take a look at the options and responsibilities which arise when people begin to move up the career ladder and earn higher incomes. Generally, as […]
Budgeting is a very particular life skill and one which, certainly in the western world, has been replaced by a system of borrow to spend. So much so that last week we revealed how up to nine million bank statements, in the UK go unread every month due to fear of what they will say. […]
Personal budgeting is one of those things in life that most people associate with hard times. They think of gloomy days at home eating baked beans on toast with a tall glass of water, furiously working out how to save every penny to pay a stack of bills. Budgeting often leads to feelings of guilt […]
The envelopes which terrorise post boxes on a monthly basis telling people of their financial health are seldom received with open arms. Bank statements lay out in black and white an individual’s financial circumstances and the reality for many is that they do not make happy reading. So much so in fact that a recent […]
Over the past few weeks we have examined how sound financial planning throughout life can put people on the path to financial security and safeguard their savings. In this week’s post of our ‘Financial planning for a better life’ series, we will look at how financial planning for families is important for providing children and […]
Last week in our Lifetime of Financial Planning series, we looked at how financial planning when you take up your first real job can set you on the road to financial security. This week we will examine how young couples who are looking to the future can achieve financial stability by making the right choices […]
Last week, in the first of our of weekly posts on a lifetime of financial planning, we looked at how people can improve their lives by financial planning. Today we focus on children and how by giving them a financial education and instilling them with a culture of saving parents can lay the foundation for a […]
At Infinity, the belief that financial planning can improve people’s lives in at the core of what we do. Taking control and understanding their finances allows people to plan for the future. Today, we publish the first in a series of weekly blog posts on how financial planning throughout a lifetime can help people meet […]
International professionals enjoy a lifestyle envied by many. The travel opportunities available to these expats in Asia are not just perks of the job. Moving from country to country is often a commercial and contractual necessity to ensure that their expertise provides benefit to more than one location within the business. As exotic as the […]
Financial planning is an essential discipline, but becomes even more vital when dealing with different currencies and tax jurisdictions. The financial life of an expat can be complicated; salary, expenses, investments and assets may often be across several currencies and countries. The goals for financial planning remain pretty much the same – protect the financial […]
Elite credit cards like the American Express invitation-only Centurion ‘Black Card’ are now being joined by other credit card providers seeking to claim their piece of the growing high net worth action in Asia. Mastercard have announced that they will be rolling out the World Elite card in Asia shortly. They will join the ranks […]
For most of us debt is an unavoidable fact of life; mortgage payments, outstanding credit card balances, student loan repayments and vehicle financing are all part of financial planning for the majority of household budgets. Most people consider debt to be a burden and of course all debt has to be repaid, but contrary to […]
As an expatriate there are many opportunities to make the most of your money; there are also serious but easily avoided financial errors made by some expats. Being aware of the pitfalls, combined with good advice from a professional and independent financial adviser can help to ensure that there are no nasty shocks. 1. Crippling […]
Expats moving to Shanghai for the first time may find it a bewildering place; especially with no previous experience of Asia. No matter how busy your home city, it cannot compete with the sheer bustle, crush and pace of life in a Chinese metropolis. Finding a financial adviser in Shanghai can be equally fraught, with […]
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