Monthly Archives: April 2015
Things You Shouldn’t Pay For!
Every day people pay for things that they could have got for free, or at a drastically reduced cost, and never spare a moment to think of how they could improve their lives if they had saved the money instead. … Continue reading
Tips on Getting Your First Time Home Mortgage
Buying your first home is a time of excitement. As you shop around for your new home, you will certainly find that there are many to choose from. Buying a first home requires that you take your time and learn … Continue reading
Going Through the Bank Statements
Like almost everyone else in New Zealand I spend too much money on my credit cards. I’m always full of good intentions about how I will pay off a bit extra next month to counteract my splurging, but in reality … Continue reading
“Can you give me some pointers on how I can make smarter decisions with my money?”
Making financial decisions is something that we are all faced with on a daily basis. We make hundreds of them during the course of a year. They could be as simple as purchasing a coffee or a pair of shoes … Continue reading
Does Making More Money Make You Rich?
At the start of a New Year resolutions are always high on everyone’s agenda and one of the most popular financial resolutions around has consistently been to make more money. This begs the question “to what end?” Does making more … Continue reading
Bake a plan for the future in three easy steps
Create a simple and delicious financial plan for the coming 6 months, filled with good decisions and a satisfying payoff at the end. Cook time10 minutes LevelEasy YieldClairvoyance Ingredients – x1 free PocketSmith account – Today’s bank balance – x1 … Continue reading
Is Financial Compatibility Important in Marriage?
The idea of the relationship between love and money is so complex that it has been tossed inside out on many different occasions. However, it is important not to take a superficial approach to the role of money in a … Continue reading
How to Raise Your Credit Score on Your Own
If you have been having a problem with debt, and your credit score has suffered, there are things that you can do to raise it without outside help. It really is not necessary to pay someone else to do it for … Continue reading
Manage Your Cashflow Just As Your Company Does
At your place of business, you probably hear the phrase ‘cash flow.’ That term means a business is as concerned about keeping its money as it is about making it. You should be as well. Here are some ways you … Continue reading
Top 5 Reasons Personal Budgets Fail
A budget should be an earnest attempt to change spending habits permanently for the better, or lasting results cannot be expected. Take a look at the top 5 reasons why personal budgets fail. Continue reading