Which one is in charge? “Your money or your life?” Which would you choose? “Life”, I’m sure most would say.
Money is a funny thing. When you don’t have it, you stress about paying bills; when you have it, you worry about losing it. Are financial advisers worth it?
It’s often good to find a financial adviser and get some professional advice. But beware of the salesman and snake-oil merchants though.
Your most valuable asset is likely YOU and your ability to provide an income for yourself and your dependents. See how important life insurance really is.
Managing your parents’ finances if they are incapacitated is a tricky subject. Power of attorney works up to a point after which it is no longer valid.
It could be contentious, but it’s probably more important to set up an emergency fund than pay off outstanding debt. A reason not to pay off your debt.
Consider these fundementals when deciding where to save your emergency fund. Also see some of the misconceptions about using your home loan for this purpose
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It’s not easy finding the balance between saving and spending. On one hand we work hard for our money and
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As we become more aware of the benefits of a mindfulness practice, one should explore the importance of how mindfulness and money relate to each other.