What an exciting time to be alive. Young people can have it all and if they have been lucky enough thanks to their immediate family to be set up financially early one, the road will be a less rocky one.. The dream of their first home or even their first can come true a lot sooner than they thought. Unfortunately not everyone has planned for various reasons, but it’s never too late to kick-start a financial plan and achieve your financial goals.
With any plan one of the most common ways to make money is to save money. Stashing away a very small percentage of work income in to an ISA is a tax-free way to save or invest.
Starting a first job? There is a lot to consider at this point such as a pension scheme, or working overseas for starters.
If help is needed, maybe for a deposit on a first home or even an impending wedding, borrowing money could be an option. This leaves less financial hurdles to jump through but consideration from both sides before any commitment is made must be taken in to account as there may be tax implications; especially if borrowing from immediate family.
There are a wealth of services to consider:
- Saving for house/wedding
- Tax disclosures
- Working overseas