Since I moved to the UK, I've encountered many surprising things, but one has really caught my attention, which is why I'm talking about it in this post. In the UK, the cost of having a mortgage is quite high, and living here is expensive. It often feels like what you pay doesn't match what you get in return. This is my personal opinion.
People in the UK work hard and pay a lot of taxes. Some of that money goes into their retirement savings, while some is used to pay for their mortgages. However, as they get older and might become unwell, they can't take care of themselves, and they end up in a care home to get the help they need. Despite the fact that I have never worked in a care home, I have read and heard about them.
You make lifelong mortgage payments and continue to work until you are 55–65 years old, which is roughly the same age at which most people finish paying off their mortgage. Then you require care and are forced to sell your home to finance it.
I'm genuinely interested in your thoughts on this topic.
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My blue gown is available in green, light blue, purple, and grey. Small to XXL are the available sizes.Outfit summary
Blue dress: Modlily
Bag: River island
Thank you for taking the time to read. I always value your insights.
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