Guide: 10 really fab things the Beatles can teach you about successful financial planning

Matt Greer

60 years ago, the Beatles celebrated their first UK number one single – ‘From Me to You’. The Fab Four went on to spend an incredible seven years in the UK top 40.

The band has influenced musicians for decades, but what you might have overlooked are some of the financial planning lessons in their lyrics.

From a young man thinking about and planning his later years in ‘When I’m Sixty-Four’ to ‘Taxman’, which protests the high rates of progressive tax the band paid in the mid-60s, there are essential money lessons hidden in the Beatles’ albums.

Download your copy of ‘10 really fab things the Beatles can teach you about successful financial planning’ now to discover what you could learn from the Fab Four’s lyrics.

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