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Advisers are restless over Warren Evans' attitude to money, writes Helen Dunne

After being made bankrupt in 1992 when his first business ran up debts of almost £500,000, it would be understandable if Warren Evans now had an evangelical attitude towards savings and investments.

But he hasn't. Instead, the proprietor of the eponymous bed manufacturer based in Camden, north London, believes his future wealth is intimately linked with his current business and has made no provisions for old age


Can somebody do those sums because I can't get them to add up, nearly £28K per annum spent on an IO mortgage on an income of just under £30k?

I would say he's cut that a little fine, hopefully he won't take this lying down and his bed business will cushion the blow. :rolleyes:

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