I believe that individuals like you and me, should be able to manage our finances successfully ourselves without it being difficult and resulting in a headache. But to do so, we have to understand what we’re letting ourselves in for, the associated risks and what makes for common sense after locking away that green-eyed monster called greed in a lockbox and losing the key. Oh, and the use of plain english, which is what I’m going to attempt to stick to here within my blog category ‘Quillions’.
There are plenty of websites out there that will compare savings, loans, utilities, mortgages, savings, get you the best deal, tell you all about tax, inform you if you are a wise fool or not, write about what the stock market has done, is currently doing and what it will/may do.
Good for them. I offer you, the individual, a different way of looking at how to manage your personal finances in the UK. If you don’t like the advice, don’t take it. If you try it and it doesn’t work for you, don’t blame me, I didn’t force you to do it, you are your own person and have free will.
Why the name? Quillions is a fictitious number, it represents whatever you want it to. For me, it represents a £ figure (a chunky one) that I am setting out to have. Quillions is what I hope to have, the sooner the better.
Welcome, I hope we can be quillionaires together.
(And of course there’s a checklist that goes with quillionaring.)