Please note that this content has been designed for informational purposes only and does not constitute individual financial advice.
If the headlines are anything to go by, if you’re not worrying about your finances, you’re doing something wrong.
But that doesn’t necessarily need to be the case. Whether you react to the media reports on rising interest rates and looming recessions depends on your individual situation. And while we don’t recommend sticking your head into the sand completely, it may be worth tuning out at least some of the noise.
Before you get caught up in the panic of whatever economic wind is blowing – you need to understand how it affects YOU. Once you understand the impact it could have, you can then identify the tools you have available to you to do something about it.
But if you are freaking out Hannah McQueen shared 5 key steps with Lloyd Burr that you can take to work through it.
Find out what those steps are by listening to her full chat with Lloyd on Lloyd Burr Live below.
Still freaking out? Talking to a financial adviser can help you identify what you can ignore, and what you need to take action on.
Disclaimer: This blog post is for informational purposes only and does not constitute individual financial advice. If you’re interested in receiving personalised financial advice, you can book in a consultation with an enable.me coach. Costs apply.