JUNO’s new Autumn issue is out now. If you’ve ever dreamed of retiring early, you need to read it, says editor Brenda Ward.

We talk to the experts and find that there’s a huge movement worldwide of younger people who cut costs and invest, so they can say goodbye to the nine to five. 

We also talk to Virgin entrepreneur Richard Branson about why he’s so successful. His top tips are hiring passionate people, motivating them – and delegating.

Considered property investments? Check out our 12-page Property section for tips on how to buy your first property.

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IN THIS ISSUE

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Spenders versus over-savers

PERSONAL FINANCE

Are you a saver or a splurger? Diana Clement discovers being an extreme example of either of these money types is a bad idea.

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What does a broker do?

PERSONAL FINANCE

In our new series on the financial markets, Kevin Morgan explains that a broker is more of a relationship manager than someone who buys and sells for you.

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Ferrari’s Portofino performs

LIFESTYLE

Ferrari’s new Portofino redefines the convertible with jaw-dropping acceleration and head-turning style.