"I work for the UN, should I have a will?" The answer to this is a categorical yes! In his latest blog, Carl Turner explains why it's so important to have a clearly drafted will and provides a handy estate planning checklist to help you get your affairs in order.
If you work for the UN, you may already have some life cover - but is it enough? If you have no cover in place, how do you start to work out the level of life insurance that you need? In his latest blog, Carl Turner provides an outline of how you can roughly calculate your own life insurance requirements.
For expats who relocate every two to three years through their jobs, it's no wonder that this ‘short-term placement syndrome’ creates a great deal of uncertainty when it comes to financial planning. Carl Turner discusses why it's important for expats to set clear financial goals with expert tips on how to do this.
It’s amazing just how many people don’t have a clue about their net worth even though this is possibly the single most critical figure to know if you want to be in control of your finances. Check out Philip Howell-Williams' blog post dedicated to this topic which tells you how to calculate your net worth and why it's so important to know.
One of the great benefits for working for the UN is that most contracts cover children’s school fees which is a great benefit and a huge boost to potential savings. However, this may not be enough to cover it all. In Carl Turner's latest blog, he discusses the often neglected area of university fee and living costs planning.