When it comes to finances, singles can easily feel that the world is against them. Politicians constantly talk of the need to help “working families”. Yet what about those who through choice or the fall of the cards don’t fit that mould?
Housing affordability is tougher for singles. Bills like insurance and council rates don’t get any lower with only one person in the house. And there’s no-one to back you up through a period of financial adversity like redundancy or illness.
Singledom however does offer some benefits – removing the need to compromise being at the top of the pyramid.
Learn about the 5 aspects you should consider when it comes to financial planning for singles.
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