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Sorting Your Finances After A Traumatic Incident Or Unexpected Turn Of Events

Image link   Life has a habit of throwing up the most expected of incidents and events! Perhaps you’ve experienced a traumatic incident, like a car crash, for example. Or maybe you just experienced a rather unexpected turn of events. Perhaps you got a huge and unexpected pay rise, or a redundancy came out of […]


How to select the best travel insurance policy for you

We expect everything to go our way while planning a trip to another country or city. However, chances are there that we might be caught up in the midst of unforeseen losses caused by theft, health hazards or loss of baggage. All of us will need to determine the best travel insurance deal, but we […]


Real Estate Investment: It’s Not as Scary as You Think!

Investing is something that’s really important for you to do these days. You need to make sure you have investment opportunities lined up. Did you know 51% of Americans put off major financial decisions? You have to make sure you aren’t one of them. Investing for the future is important for your family’s financial security. […]


Restaurant Recession: Is it unavoidable?

Restaurant Recession: Is it unavoidable?

Restaurant recession seems to be the most discussed topics (ask the finance gurus if you want to!) as of now. If the recent “research notes” are to be believed then the restaurant industry is well headed for recession. The news might as well come as a surprise for those who know for a fact that […]


Dodge These Job Issues That Could Cripple Your Finances

Dodge These Job Issues That Could Cripple Your Finances

It should come as no surprise that your job can and will affect your financial situation. The two go hand in hand with one feeding into the other. If you don’t have a job, your finances are going to take a hit. However, there are certain financial issues caused by careers that people simply do […]


Are You Really Too Busy to Manage Your Finances?

Pixabay   Dealing with the intricacies of your finances can be time-consuming. But you should never consider yourself too busy to deal with it.   Breaking free of “busy”   Here’s the weird thing about “busy”: it becomes a mindset that is hard to break free from. The fact is that people who say they […]


How Should I Finance My Child’s Education?

How Should I Finance My Child’s Education?

Image source: Pixabay   After the secondary phase, saving for education becomes expensive. Fortunately though, you’re not going to be left to your own means. If you look into all your options well ahead of time, it becomes much easier to set out a good plan for funding your child’s education. Here in Canada, we’re […]


3 Habits Of Highly Successful Investors

3 Habits Of Highly Successful Investors

Starting your journey into the world of investing can feel as daunting as it is exciting. Investment is fiercely competitive; some people crash and burn right out of the gate, whereas people like Warren Buffet become millionaires. Naturally, you’ll be wondering what it is that separates the successes from the failures. Unfortunately, there’s no magic […]


Hidden Secrets to Saving for Retirement

Hidden Secrets to Saving for Retirement

Gone are the days where you worked for a certain number of years and had nothing to worry about when it was time for you to retire. Now, in order for you to have a nice-size nest egg, you need to start saving for your retirement as soon as you start working your first job. […]


Olympics 2016: The biggest financial news you should be aware of

Olympics 2016: The biggest financial news you should be aware of

Image via Flickr Taking off from our previous post on Olympics- “Can Olympics Bolster the Financial Future of the hosting nation?” (Check it out at http://financewand.com/?s=Olympics), today we bring to you a few more important highlights associated with Olympics finances. Brazil has already gone overboard with the Olympics budget Brazil, notably, is reportedly running 51 […]


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