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Financial planning is necessary if you want to be able to get the best out of life.
Whether you’re looking to increase your disposable income, save for the holiday of a lifetime or put money away for a house deposit, there are lots of ways to save on everyday things.
This may seem really ironic coming from someone who has a comment section below: Internet comments are pure evil.
Financial education is not something that comes to mind when talking about quality education.
Restaurants use more tricks than you think, and it’s not just the billion-dollar brands like McDonald’s that do it.
What most of us have been taught about risk is wrong, and it’s probably holding you back from obtaining real wealth.
You wouldn’t buy a car from someone without asking a few questions, so you definitely shouldn’t purchase a home without some either.
Created in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin is a digital currency. It offers the benefit of lower transaction fees than other online payment processors.
2017 is nearly half gone. For those who made big financial goals at the beginning of the year, it’s a great time to take a look at them.
Multi-tasking has ruined creativity and productivity.
Whether you’re a recent college graduate or ten years out of school, paying off your student loans can be challenging.
Getting caught up in a shopping spree is easier than anything – you just have to take that wallet out of your pocket and proceed with your decision.
If you have a full-time job with benefits and a steady salary, it can be terrifying to think about taking the plunge to freelance work.
Albert Einstein, the famous scientist once said that “the most powerful force in the universe is compound interest.”
If you’re like most of us, you’re always looking for ways to save money on your monthly expenses.
Oh, the seasons of life. Right now I’m in the “married with four children” season.
Sane and sober decisions can only be made when you are relatively at peace with the things and forces around you.
The idea of dealing with the burden of business debt probably never occurred to you when you first started your business.
When I decided to get out of debt, I turned to many side jobs. Construction was one of those side jobs.
Running a business is not easy work. In fact, you probably have a hundred little responsibilities that you need to stay on top of on a daily basis.
Keeping up to date with the latest technology (and your competition to all extent) is a cornerstone of all successful enterprise.
I started writing my next book.
What are you prepared to give up to stand out from the crowd?
I have been working in the freight industry as part of the family business for 21 years, that is a long time in one particular industry and as the saying goes you can do less time for murder.
Everyone has, at some point in their working career, had the thought that it would be better to be their own boss.
If you’re subscribed to the newsletter, you know that we went to Venice last weekend.
Feeling unproductive lately or becoming less excited to go to work these days? We’ve got some hacks for you.
Let me ask you a question. How are your Mondays? What do you feel the first minutes after waking up? Are you excited for what’s about to come next?
No doubt the reason you would rather buy a house rather than continue to rent is because you want to put down roots.
I’ve been hiking like crazy lately. I guess it’s the combination of exercise, peace, seclusion and adventure that makes it so appealing to me.