Keith Churchouse: What writing the new book taught me

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Keith Churchouse's latest book, Coming in to Land - Runway to Retirement, has just been released. Here he shares what he learned from the writing process...

August 2022 has been hot, hot, hot! And also hot off the press is our new book, Coming in to Land - Runway to Retirement, co-authored by Vicky Fulcher and myself. Together, we are very pleased with the end result and delighted to have it released in time for the autumn period. Indeed, with belts tightening across the UK this year, planning for the future has never been more relevant. The book focuses on all things financial for those aged 50 plus, related to ways in which assets can be used to provide for later life. In addition, it looks at business planning for business owner...

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