Monthly Archives: February 2020
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
The End of the Year is Approaching… Are Your Finances Ready?
December is always a month that is riddled with important financial decisions, but most of them get pushed aside for the much more pleasant euphoria of the holiday season. The following are a few tips that can help you to … Continue reading
Personal Finance from the Beginning
Right from the start I want to make something clear. I am not an expert in personal finance. I am however, fed up with having more month than money. I intend to change that. I have decided to learn about … Continue reading
4 Good Financial Habits to Develop
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act, but a habit.” Aristotle. This quote has profound meaning for your financial life, because it means that even if your savings are up not to scratch or if your … Continue reading
7 Tips to Save Money with a Low Cost Wedding
When it comes time to get married, people are looking forward to having a highly memorable time – one that will last a lifetime. Money is sometimes tight, however, and this means that elegance may have to be limited in … Continue reading
Save on Your Wedding Cost by Choosing the Right Suppliers
By now, you should know that choosing the right wedding suppliers and vendors could help you control overall costs for the occasion. The wedding could be stressful and arduous overall. You could opt to hire a professional wedding coordinator for … Continue reading
Financial Mistakes Newlyweds Make
When you think of the issues newlyweds are likely to face, you might begin to picture battles over how to share the physical space, discussions on when to start a family or even the interference of in-laws in the new … Continue reading
Do You Need Renter’s Insurance?
You may be wondering whether or not you need renters insurance because you may be thinking that surely the owner of the property has property insurance. The truth is that their insurance only covers the property itself, and any liability … Continue reading
10 Top tips for using Credit Cards
1. Think twice. If you don’t think you can manage to make repayments on a credit card, don’t get one. 2. Shop around. Make sure you choose the credit card that is right for you. Interest rates, annual fees, interest … 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