Debt - the elephant in the room

Debt - the elephant in the room

A teaching resource provided by Mike Stallard.

Resource Description

Nobody wants to mention it, but you, if you are English, are up for £200,000, and add to that £1,000 p.a. compound interest.
So, how do you intend to pay?
This resource gives the problem, the details, the reasons for the debt and asks for advice in how you intend to pay it off.

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odp 1.4MB
PDF Document 500KB

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About the Author

Mike Stallard
Mike Stallard
Retired Teacher
Married, four grown up and very successful children of both sexes all over the world each with their own very different take on life, all supporting themselves in a way which I thoroughly enjoy when I visit them in turn. Grandchildren - yup. Fun. Lovely wife. What more could a man want?

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