Wednesday, 31 December 2008

Wishing everyone a happy new year

I will be signing off for a few days. I should be back online on January 3rd.

This will be the last post for 2008. So, let me take this opportunity of wishing everyone a prosperous and debt free new year.

7 comments:

Roy said...

All the best for next year Alice

blooKat said...

That you for all your work this year!

Barry said...

Alice, thank you for your astute commentary and thoughtful guidance over the past year.

Whether 2009 will be good to anyone is difficult to say, however I hope there will be some silver linings.

Anonymous said...

I wish you the best next year.

Rambo

electro-kevin said...

What's the point in providing for old age in Britain ? (Apropos your previous post)

Get used to the idea of living for today, or emigrate.

Happy New Year.

wildgoose said...

E-K, spend your money so as to maximise the opportunities available to your children. Expect to keep working well past the official retirement age which means you will need a smaller pot of money for when you become infirm. And save that money in cash/share ISAs (and similar) rather than pensions, because that way you keep control. That's my plan anyway.

wildgoose said...

Oh, and Happy New Year everyone.