Budgeting

How To Use But Not Lose Money

Financial freedom is both a blessing and a curse. Whilst it’s great to be in control of your own life and the things you can buy, we’ve all found ourselves a little too complacent with our finances at some point in our lives and perhaps gone on a spending splurge or simply forgotten to keep […]


Flying The Nest? Don’t Let Financial Worries Weigh You Down

Image via Pixabay Moving out of your parents’ place is an exciting time in any young adult’s life. However, there’s no doubt that you’ll be feeling a lot of tension and apprehension also. Let’s face it; the bulk of those fears from financial elements too. There’s no question that you will face some difficult moments […]


Starting Adult Life: Saving Dough When You’re Broke

Perhaps you’re a student living far away from home for the first time in your life or you’ve recently graduated and you’re about to enter the “real world” in a brand new career. Either way, independence can often feel like a double-edged sword. There’s no denying that it’s freeing to be in control of your […]


4 Habits that Could Endanger Your Financial Health

Habits are the results of consistent actions wrapped into the very fiber of our existence over time. Habits can make or mar people because a habit tends to make you act on ‘autopilot’ without giving much thought to your actions. Interestingly, some habits tend to have a direct effect on your financial health. Of course, […]


Is it possible for millennials to save money in 2017?

Being a millennial, you will always find yourself on the receiving end of financial advice which either seems over your head or something apparently impossible. Majority of the personal finance articles don’t take into account the unique state the current generation is going through. Around a quarter of 18 to 34 year olds have a […]


Beat The Bank

The bank are not necessarily there to be your enemies. But sometimes, when you are needing a loan, or a mortgage, help with debt, or anything they can offer you, you need to see them that way. You need to do all you can to make them say ‘yes’, because if you don’t, and they […]


Helping millennials with their personal finance – The biggest obstacles on their way

Since the past generation, there has been a lot of ink that has been spilled about the grave financial situation of the millennials. As per statistics, this generation is debt-laden, underemployed and has saved way less money as compared to what the Baby Boomer parents saved at the same age. Articles which were previously written […]


Understanding The Potential Repercussions Of Letting Friends Borrow Money

In all likelihood, you have a friend or family member that has currently hit rock bottom. This individual is likely desperate for money and they’ve decided to turn to you for assistance. If you’ve got the extra money, you’ll probably feel urge to hand it over. They would do the same for you after all. […]


Financial tips for newly-weds – Doing the ‘Money Talk’

We often promise to our spouse, “For better or for worse, for richer or for poorer” while getting married. But how many of us live up to this pledge in a marriage? But unfortunately, majority of the couples fail to survive either richer or poorer due to bad money management skills. There are some couples […]


Speculate to Accumulate : Investments For Service Business Success

If you own a service business, then you need to be aware of which areas you need to invest in to ensure that you are as successful as possible. Of course, you will need to balance the cost of these with the value that they add to your company. But don’t be afraid of a […]


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