- Jun 27, 2006
In my efforts to wring as much income as I possibly can from my mother's savings, I have been reviewing various options. The one thing that is giving me problems at the moment is: do I continue to make the charitable contributions that she has always made? It's not much (it would be an easier call if it was a lot) but since she's spending her savings down at a rate of about £1000 a month I'm wondering if I should teminate these. On the one hand, they're causes that she felt sufficiently strongly about to set up direct debits to, on the other charity begins at home. Any advice?