Sarah Q Willis

Sarah Q Willis

I'm an online writer & editor.

A finance and business writer working out of Brighton covering a range of subjects including personal finance, start-ups, investment and green business.

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Birmingham cc1 article
www.

How Birmingham could soon eclipse London as the UK's number ...

Birmingham is often considered the UK’s second city – how could it push itself into pole position?

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qwilr.com

How safe is your money from future recessions?

We may be over the last recession, but that doesn't mean that another one isn't just around the corner. How safe is your money from future recessions?

Fintechinnovations article
verticaldistinct.com

Fintech innovation at home and abroad

Finance technology is nothing new, but it’s growing increasingly significant. It’s no longer the sole domain of disruptive start-ups trying to turn the industry on its head. Big businesses are trying to find their own place by snapping up the start-ups or working on their own innovative ‘fintech’ innovations.

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YFS Magazine

How Entrepreneurs Can Fund An Endless World Trip

Working while traveling is a dream for many. Becoming a world traveler while running a successful company is the new normal for many location independent business owners.

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theinformationdaily.com

Talking savers out of the ostrich mentality

British people aren’t saving anywhere near enough, whether it’s for retirement or inevitable rainy days. How can we pull our heads out of the sand?

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information-age.com

SME guide to data compliance

The Sony hacking scandal highlighted just how vulnerable even the biggest companies can be to data breaches and just how much damage data leaks can do...

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maturetimes.co.uk

Why are British people retiring later?

We have one of the highest official retirement ages in the world. Many Britons work past the state pension age, giving us one of the highest effective retirement ages too, and it’s easy to see why. The British state pension is relatively miserly for a developed economy.

Car article
invezz.com

Invest, gamble or spend: what to do with a trivial pension

Just because you can take your pension as a lump sum, should you? And what could you do with it if you did?

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Medium

Switzerland: chocolate, clocks and radical solutions to the cost of living crisis

The ‘cost of living crisis’ is not an exclusively British problem. The same economic factors that contribute to long term inflation outstripping real income growth are common to all western, industrialised, capitalist economies. And while electioneering Conservatives make light of finally rising GDP and finally rising wages, they are obscuring and ignoring the long term trends underpinning the ‘squeezed middle’ rhetoric from yesteryear.

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Glipho

Withdrawing your pension – what are the options? - Glipho

Withdrawing your pension – what are the options? - ...

Biotech article
Tech Cocktail

Can Biotech Survive its Own Success?

Can Biotech Survive its Own Success?

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tweakyourbiz.com

Should Pension Enrollment Be Compulsory? - Tweak Your Biz

Should Pension Enrollment Be Compulsory? - Tweak Yo...

Urban Times

Are Today's Austerity Measures Condemning People To Poverty ...

Are Today's Austerity Measures Condemning People To...

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Business 2 Community

How Personality Affects Your Pension Pot

How Personality Affects Your Pension Pot

Petrol article
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Oil and petrol prices: why they don’t always match up

To make petrol, we need oil. We assume that the cheaper oil gets the cheaper petrol will get – that’s just simple economics, right?