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We are the only ones who will teach our kids about finances.
Everyone wants to be successful, but there are few people who manage to accomplish this.
There is a comfort in certainty, and unfortunately we don’t live in a very certain world.
There is plenty of information on the internet for young people, but what about the other generations?
Over the years, thousands of sites have cropped up only to disappear once more.
I’m going to share with you a little story that demonstrates the power of compounding, and the impact it could be having on you right now.
If you don’t do anything else today, check out the updated “Tools” page.
If you’re like me, you’re always looking for the perfect productivity system. Unfortunately, it doesn’t exist.
In my pursuit of happiness, I spent thousands of dollars buying the palatial house, luxury cars, hi-tech devices, the big brand clothes and whatnot, thinking that I was buying my way to happiness.
Student loans are part and parcel with the higher education experience these days, but they certainly need not be a lifelong burden.
Buying a house is likely to be the biggest financial commitment that you will make for your entire life, and while the experience can be both exciting and nerve-wracking, it’s important to get it right in order to avoid excessive extra costs in the future.
Saving money is itself not a very appealing or adventurous task, rather a difficult one.
The financial markets are buzzing with trading activity, 24/7. Now there’s social trading. What is that all about?
Choosing office space can be a difficult task when the budget is tight.
Could your life be simpler?
We all want to be outrageously successful in life; whatever it is that the word “success” means to each of us.
I have never been too much of a spender but keeping my outgoing financial assets in line for an entire year, as I had planned to do, proved to be a challenge until I resorted to behavioral economics.
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.
I hope you’ve had a great and productive week, whatever that may mean to you.
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.
I want to share a simple tip I’ve used to organize my entire house. Then I’ll give you some awesome reading I’ve found this week.
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.