Monthly Archives: June 2014
Tips to Help You Save Money by Christmas
Every year Christmas rolls around and promises not to get carried away by going over budget make the list of things to do and yet, just like clockwork, January rolls around and the bills arrive to reveal just how much … Continue reading
Should You Pay Down Debt or Invest Instead?
Juggling all your financial commitments can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. It is not an easy task to make sure all the bills are paid on time and you have put away some cash into different investment vehicles to cover … Continue reading
How Much Does it Cost to Be a Stay-at-Home Mum?
Mothers everywhere have at one time or another toyed with the idea of staying at home to raise the kids. Some jump right in deciding that no amount of money can make up for the experience of being able to … Continue reading
By Way of Introduction
The idea of personal finance is many things to many people. It doesn’t always mean good things either. It screams of penny-pinching and not of having fun. I’m sure it doesn’t need to be like that, well I hope it … Continue reading
Measuring Financial Progress
As time passes it is quite normal and even constructive to measure your progress in different areas of your life. You may look at where you are professionally to make decisions on what needs to be done in that arena. … Continue reading
Common Financial Mistakes College Grads Make
College graduates might think that the time to have some fun has finally arrived, and while a bit of relaxation has definitely been well-earned, kicking back to focus only on fun can be a dangerous mindset. The decisions made fresh … Continue reading
Financial Planning for Disasters and Emergencies
Your financial world may be good right now, but that doesn’t mean it always will be. You should take stock while things are smooth to make sure you don’t hit a rocky stretch later. This is particularly critical in today’s … Continue reading