When you finally have some savings building up, you might be excited to start finding ways to make your money work for you, instead of being a slave to the almighty dollar. Unfortunately, this enthusiasm can lead to some costly mistakes if you’re not careful from the start.
With time and money being needlessly squandered on something that is not known to be a productive pastime, you may want to look into getting rid of your television service. Not so sure about that? Check out the amazing benefits you can gain from this simple move…
Retirement is an exciting part of life, contrary to the cartoons and television shows that pretend it’s sheer boredom. Not only are you gaining freedom from the working life, but adventurous types now have an entire world of opportunities opening up that had previously been suppressed by the immobility of everyday life.
If you’re considering making a big move when it comes time to retire but you’re not absolutely sure yet, then check out the following tips. They’ll almost certainly convince you.
When it comes to the very basics of personal finance –such as creating and sticking to a budget– it’s surprising to see just how many people balk at these simple concepts. Unfortunately, many myths have been perpetuated in the realm of personal finance for years, and yet, a majority of them are completely untrue! To help you navigate the minefield of personal financial planning, check out the following myths about budgeting.
When you’re at university, money is often hard to come by. You need money for tuition, books, additional fees, living arrangements… with all of these costs, how could a student possibly have enough money leftover for basic necessities such as food?
Going to university shouldn’t mean that the next few years of your life will be spent in starvation mode, so use the following guide to help you eat like a king while living on a student’s income.
When the weather’s foul and the kids are cooped up in the flat, it can be a challenge to keep them occupied with something not only entertaining, but worthwhile. Instead of giving them free reign over the telly, however, there are numerous ways to keep them busy without breaking the bank.
Fortunately, however, the inception of the Internet has allowed more people to profit from their hobbies more easily than ever. So, if you’re serious about making money from your articles creations –either a side or full time income– then stop making excuses and read on for concrete ways to get started.
He’s either the worst or the best pirate you’ve ever seen. Regardless of what you think of Captain Jack Sparrow, you have to admit there is much to be learned from the quirky pirate: whether it be sword fighting, commandeering ships, talking one’s way out of a bad situation, or… personal finance?
You may wonder what a billionaire superhero could teach us about living within our much smaller means, but “Iron Man” offers some sound financial lessons.