In my last finance post, I spoke on ways to increase your income because let’s be honest, sometimes what you are taking enough is barely enough to pay the bills talk more of saving. I know the last thing you probably want to hear is someone telling you it is possible to save when your […]
I’ve spoken a bit about cutting down on expenses, creating a budget and saving which is a great first step in getting your financial act together. But, sometimes, what you currently have isn’t enough to help cover all your expenses or even get you to the financial goals you have set aside for yourself. A […]
Christmas is reportedly one of the most expensive holidays in the year. Think about it, the prices of travel tickets go up and there seems to be some activity to do every other day (Christmas parties, dinners, brunch, shows, carols, etc). And the malls are filled with stores that simply scream ‘BUY ME, I am […]
Continued from the last post on Tips on Setting Financial Goals This Year. On Investments and Savings; Do as much research as you can: do your due diligence, read articles, opinion pieces, previous financial statements if you can, ask questions. Do your research!
By Linda Ije From personal observation, it seems like most young people between the ages 18-30 do not think or plan towards retirement. This is because many of us tend to live in the moment, (living from paycheque to paycheque) while others seems to use up all their income in just a number of days.
If like me, you want to be financially responsible this year or have certain finance goals you hope to achieve, this is definitely a post for you. On the other hand, if you haven’t thought of your finances this year,