Are you financially fat or are you financially fit? A guest post from a 40-something year old who left his
Do we have any real financial options or, will the consequences of the financial choices we’ve already made, lead to
To pay yourself first, simply means to prioritise saving or investing, above all other things. Instead of spending all your
First published in City Press Knowing your net worth (and how to calculate it) can be both exciting and scary.
A guest post from a 40-something year old who left his retirement planning for almost-too-late. He’s now getting his financial
Behavioural bias; you’re only human You would be naïve to think that the daily financial decisions that you make are
There’s a lot happening now that is beyond our control and for which we could never really have planned for.
This is the article that glues together a lot of what I’ve written about previously. It’s about how you need
It’s easy to get lost in all the “investment jargon”. Big words and concepts that experts and know-it-alls throw around.
Having recently discussed the building of an emergency fund, let’s now look at the tax on your interest. Why don’t
Let’s look at the benefits of personal finance goals and why setting some is an important step in taking control
Because nobody cares more about your money than you do When last did you see an advertisement from a financial
A story from Samantha, a personal finance YouTuber and reader of my blog, on how she paid her car debt.