You may read a lot of information and articles on the internet about financial and property subjects. But how much of this information is just regurgitated nonsense. How many of these people have actually dealt first hand with the subjects they write about. I recently came across a cool section on the BBC business section where a reader was providing an in depth online diary about her current financial problems and debt worries. Regular BBC news reader Sayara Beg is 36 and a freelance IT consultant. She is currently having financial problems as she is taking a former employer to court over sexual discrimination. Sayara is also pregnant so she is facing further pressure to sort out her and her husband’s financial situation.
The diary is extremely frank and in depth, it covers a lot of her concerns and genuinely makes you feel for her. She covers many subjects such as avoiding repossession, wanting to sell her property in a quick property sale.
Im not sure whether diary entry 13 is her last, but Sayara starts looking back over her struggles with the bank and her creditors and she puts together some tips and advice.
These are work out a budget early, consider timing of starting a family and cutting up your credit cards. To fully understand this advice, you should really go and read all her diary entries which can be found here.