How to Fund the Life You Want: What everyone needs to know about savings, pensions and investments

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edited 20 March at 1:29PM in I wanna buy it or do it
Does anyone can recommend this book? Is it worth to get it? It seems it has lots of good advice but would like to hear from others if it's worth getting as there are so many changes all the time that I could imagine that the advice in there is obsolete at some point?




  • MarconMarcon Forumite
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    Pretty much any hard copy non-fiction book has some obsolete information by the time it's published, especially anything in the financial/pensions field - but that doesn't mean it isn't worth reading, since much of the content is still going to be good for some time to come. Explanatory text, for instance, can be extremely valuable even if the 'numbers' (e.g. maximum amounts allowable) vary over time.

    Maybe see if your library has a copy if you don't want to buy your own?
    Googling on your question might have been both quicker and easier, if you're only after simple facts rather than opinions!  
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