Monthly Archives: November 2019
10 Quickest & Smartest Debt Management Tips
Shakespeare did not live in the age of the plastic cards so he could say “Neither a borrower nor a lender be,”. In recent times how many people have ready cash in hand to buy a house, car or even … Continue reading
Investment Strategies for Lazy People
The person that is attracted to investment strategies for lazy people is not necessarily a couch-potato. Lots of busy people, entrepreneurs and those who are career-oriented simply don’t have the time or the energy to devote to developing an investment … Continue reading
How do you make financial decisions in a relationship?
There are a number of reasons why people struggle making financial decisions. The key one is the difficulty in trying to understand the balance between the financial (or technical) elements and the emotional ones. Most people have a pretty good … Continue reading
Welcome the Birth of the Insurance Consultant!
The payment of commissions to life insurance salesmen in Australia will end in 2013. This is part of the reforms that are to take effect in the Australian insurance industry. The ban on commissions will also extend to bonuses for sales … 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
When do you start saving for retirement?
The short answer is start today, no matter how small the investment is it all adds up over time. So many of us wait…. We wait until we can save more. We wait until our mortgage is paid off. Until … 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