Red flag advice

by | Sep 12, 2018 | Life & Money Q&As

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Not all advice is good, unfortunately.
How do you recognise poor advice and what should raise the red flag?
Here are Living Money’s views…

There is no such thing as a high return, low risk, highly liquid and tax free investment, so advice to buy such an investment more than raises a red flag – it makes me run a mile.

There is good debt and bad debt. Borrowing to fund a course that leads to growth and personal development is good debt. Borrowing long term to buy a home is good debt. Borrowing for day to day expenditure, spontaneous expenditure, a holiday or to fund an investment is bad debt and advice to borrow in these circumstances would raise a red flag fore me.

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