Get your family finances on the right track

In the first of a series of articles aimed at helping families to cope in the recession, Money Doctor John Lowe provides some prescriptions on curing financial ills.

8th September, 2012
Once you have a clear picture of the future you'd like to have, you can start expressing it in financial terms and working out how to get there. Illustration: McSherry.ie

Do you fret about your finances? Are you counting the days to your next pay day? Do you have to put some bills on the long finger as you have not properly budgeted for them? Ever wonder how you are going to get through the next month?

Joe and Jenny are both 35 years old with two children under the age of four and even though they are relatively well paid and have secure jobs,...

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