Imagine the situation, you've come to the end of the month.
You're looking through your accounts. You've worked hard.
You could have sworn you saved extra, but you find yourself with hardly anything to invest, or maybe a few hundred pounds at most.
And you think to yourself, 'Screw it, I can't do anything with that.'
There's too much month for your money.
And let's face it, in today's modern fast-paced society... we live for the now.
We don't plan for our futures. We don't save for a rainy day.
It's all too easy to pick up your phone, press the Amazon button and order yourself a treat on Prime, or some food on Deliveroo, or go out and spend what money you have left because you think to yourself,
'Fudge it, what's the point, I'm never going to be able to even have savings or have enough money for a house. There's no point saving £100. Someone like me just doesn't have enough money to be like the big boys in the investing world.'
It does to me, because I hear this every single day.
But let me tell you, this is a problem that not only can be solved, but can be solved with the minimum amount of stress.
The problem is, well... let me tell you what the problem is.