Sep 112020
 

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Many people from different backgrounds have enjoyed success with Smart Incomes, including:

  • Self-employed
  • Single and “wanting to be there” mums and dads
  • Police officers both serving and retired
  • Pensioners and semi-retired
  • Financial advisors, accountants and bookkeepers
  • Teachers, lecturers and trainers
  • Military personnel both serving and retired
  • Builders and subcontractors
  • Hairdressers and beauticians
  • Actors and actresses
  • Professional sports people and coaches
  • Salespeople
  • Management, Business and IT consultants
  • Bank employees
  • Airline pilots, cabin crew and airport ground staff
  • Osteopaths, chiropractors and other medical professionals
  • Estate and lettings agents
  • Shop and restaurant owners and staff
  • Doctors, nurses and NHS staff
  • Retail employees
  • Driving instructors
  • Company directors and business owners
  • University students
  • Engineers
  • Civil servants
  • Couriers and delivery drivers
  • And many more. So, why not YOU?

Sep 112020
 

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Many people from all walks of life, backgrounds, abilities and age groups have taken that first step, believed in themselves and turned that into success.

That’s Smart Incomes

Sep 132020
 

older peopleAge UK statistics show that ageism is the most common type of discrimination in Europe

Not at Smart Incomes

100% equal opportunity

Anyone can be successful

Aug 012020
 
women looking to return to work

I want to be paid what I’m worth

A recent headline ‘Terror of being the work experience girl at 50: Surrounded by tech-savvy young people and getting paid NOTHING’. Why?

Why would someone in their 40s, 50s or even more mature want to work in a strange environment and get paid little or nothing for it? I’m sure there are some good reasons out there but there must be a better way!

For anyone, not just mums, looking to get back into work there is an alternative. To me, our business is the ideal vehicle to help people get back into work AND earn some money. But more than that, it also helps people feel good about themselves. Continue reading »

Jul 072019
 
helping others

Having the time freedom to give something back

Darren had been working in the IT sector since he left university, at the age of 51 he was starting a new job with his 10th employer. In the first couple of weeks he had an interview with the financial advisor handling his new employers pension scheme. That’s when reality struck home.

Not only had Darren’s income been going down over the last 10 or so years but he found that he only had 14 years of pension contributions from his previous employers, only 2 had any form of pension scheme. Pensions were not a subject that Darren had been concerned about after all, that’s a long way off, isn’t it? Continue reading »