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Well it looks like you will soon need an accountant to calculate your financial pathway to the great unknown.

One of the questions will be about the promises in each manifesto and what impact they will have on you and your life expectancy, care provision and if you have enough to leave behind. 

It would of course be a great help if we knew when we were going to expire, planning is getting more difficult by the day ?

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There is only one issue, for which this election was expressly called, and that is Brexit.  Until that is resolved, all other issues are simply pie in the sky, in the face of the unknown situation that will arise from Brexit negotiations. What we do know, is that only two Parties are prepared to uphold the result of the referendum, and only one of them has a viable chance of keeping out those liberal Parties preparing to renege on Brexit.  So simply no need for hustings or debate, as it seems the main candidates for Warrington North appear to recognise.      :ph34r:

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3 minutes ago, Sha said:

This is a general election to elect the future Prime Minister. Overseeing Brexit will be just part of the role of the chosen candidate.

 

As echoed in this afternoon's Warrington South pod cast. Faisal got Bob jumping up and down about his claim that the LibDems are going to privatise the NHS!

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On 18/05/2017 at 11:49 AM, Geoffrey Settle said:

Well it looks like you will soon need an accountant to calculate your financial pathway to the great unknown.

One of the questions will be about the promises in each manifesto and what impact they will have on you and your life expectancy, care provision and if you have enough to leave behind. 

It would of course be a great help if we knew when we were going to expire, planning is getting more difficult by the day ?

Hasn't it always been the case that nobody knows how long they are going to live? All we can do is save for our retirement, and when we retire get the best advice about how to finance your retirement years, however many they are going to be.

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I've already retired Geoff, and I've had a will (updated regularly) for donkeys years.

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You should turn your draft into reality, unless you want all your worldly goods to go to the government (to waste as is their wont) should you drop dead, intestate, tomorrow. Have a word with your solicitor who will gladly relieve you of £100 or so to type something out on their laptop for you ^_^,

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