Have you received an inheritance, lotto money or work bonus recently? Do you feel like splurging the money to your heart’s content on luxurious goods you’d always wanted to have? Wait a minute. Before you do so, think of how you can stretch the money by generating passive income for yourself from your windfall through sound investment methods.
With the divorce rate in Australia around 40 percent, many women find themselves dealing with divorce at some point in their lives. Divorce is difficult on many levels, but financially it can be especially frightening and possibly even devastating. No matter what your situation in life, divorce has a huge impact on a family’s finances.
If you find yourself preparing for (or in the midst of) divorce, educate yourself about the process and do all you can to make sure you land on your feet financially when it’s all over. These tips will help.
Having a lot or a lack of money can affect a relationship. Money can be the cause of conflict between you and your partner, especially if both hold a significant difference in perspectives about money. It all boils down to personal values, compatibility in mindset and goal setting, as well as joint planning.
Frugal living means living economically and reducing your everyday expenses so that you can save money or pay off your debts. It’s human nature to want things when you go out shopping, and if you have credit cards with you then you may buy more than you need. It’s easy for people to fall into [...]
With bailouts still occurring around the world and a few countries even on the verge of financial catastrophe, it may seem like there is no end in sight to our world’s monetary and fiscal problems. At home, it has been reported for the past couple of years that Australians have the highest ratio of household [...]
Poet Ogden Nash once said, “Some debts are fun when you are acquiring them, but none are fun when you set about retiring them.” So true. Getting into debt usually isn’t hard and you probably enjoyed some of the things you do that put you in debt. Maybe you bought a nice new car you [...]