Referendum debate eschewed by opponents
Sometimes we need to hear a different perspective to help us in our lives and our banking.
08:23 03 July 2013
It appears that Lib Dem MP’s won’t be present at a referendum debate since they feel it is a stunt and should not be taken seriously. The proposed bill will most likely pass since opposed parties won’t show for the vote, but they may oppose it at a later stage of the process.
It’s important to make sure that you consider many different aspects when it comes to personal finances, and sometimes having another person look over your banking can result in positive changes. Being open to different points of view can be a very helpful tool. Here are a few ways you might benefit from other people’s help when it comes to your own banking.
- Different perspectives—we can get stuck in a mental rut when it comes to our banking habits. Sometimes there is a solution to financial difficulties staring right at us, but it takes a different perspective to highlight and illuminate that for us.
- Unique experiences—each person you know has had a unique set of experiences in their life which gives them the potential to offer some good advice or to share some information they use for their own banking solutions. It might be a favourite app, software programme, or a referral.
- Double checking—if we make a mistake in our banking records, it’s likely that we’ll overlook it even when we double check. If we have a trusted person or financial advisor look over our figures they’ll be more likely to see any mistakes that might have been made.
- Goal setting—if budgeting is something new to you; it might be helpful to talk to a friend or relative about banking. They can let you know a few things to watch out for and help you set realistic savings and spending goals that will keep you out of financial trouble.