BeIQ Blog

A decision Demogorgon? It’s the Strangest Thing!

Last Friday at 8pm, my wife and I sat down and watched the final, nail-biting episode of Stranger Things series 2 on Netflix. As with the first series, I was instantly hooked. Addicted, some might say; and according to viewing statistics from insight agency Nielsen, I’m not alone. The whole series was released on Netflix […]

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Our future selves, and a flux capacitor

A few weeks ago, I was asked to speak at a financial services conference in London. I was asked to speak about ‘consumer engagement’ and how the approach we’ve taken with Be-IQ helps inform how employees engage, and stay engaged, with their retirement plans. I also discussed the behaviours associated with long-term planning, and the […]

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The Psychology Of Deadlines

As tax year end comes round again, I revisited the blog I wrote this time last year on the subject of procrastination, and why investors put off making decisions about money. For as long as I can remember, I’ve had an interest in why people procrastinate, as well as the psychology of deadlines1, and how, […]

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The power of confidence

In 2015, 33 million people neglected to save or invest any money into an ISA, therefore missing out on the opportunity to capitalise on their annual tax free allowance. We know there are a multitude of reasons why this group of 33 million have not, will not, cannot, even should not, put their money into […]

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