Must-Follow Resolutions For The 20 Something

Being in your 20’s seems nothing short of a roller-coaster ride. One’s 20’s is a time filled with the highest of highs and lowest of lows and with all this the struggle of making ends meet is like  default setting in the 20’s. You aren’t a child to ask parents for financial support, but you haven’t quite yet aced the savings game either, so every month end becomes a funds end. But, with just a little bit of help you can stay afloat and slowly but surely be in the position you want to be in financially. Here are some New Year resolutions everyone in their 20’s need to make. Continue reading

Hast Makes Waste – Steer Clear Of Reckless Investing In The New Year

The beginning of the New Year brings us closer to the end of the financial year. So, after bringing in New Year with a bang, people are now scramming to fill up their tax declarations and making last-minute attempts to save money on taxes. While on the surface this seems like the smart thing to do, in actuality the last financial quarter is the least ideal time to begin new investments. Why, you ask? Read on to find out. Continue reading

5 key financial resolutions you can keep this New Year

New Year resolution goes deeper than just tradition. It re instills hope in us that we can still work to grow and improve ourselves and our lives. So what better time than now to choose a goal and plan for 2019? Here’s your chance to step up your personal savings goal this year. We have broken down a few rigid financial goals into more attainable milestones – kick-starting the journey of a thousand miles simpler and smarter. Continue reading

The Game Of Investment – Why Board Games Are Good For Kids

When they say ‘start them young’, what they mean is that any good habit that you want your kids to have should be taught to them as early as possible. There’s logic behind this too; habits inculcated as children tend to stay with us for life. With Christmas around the corner, it’s a good idea to invest in gifts that help your children really understand the finer nuances of money and economy. If you are a parent that wants your children to be financially responsible adults, then give them a taste of money making and saving from now.

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