Extra spending during the festive period isn’t unusual – something we covered in an article in January 2020: Getting Back on Financial Track Post-Christmas. Climbing that mountain of debt, financial stress and uncertainty about the year ahead isn’t unmanageable, but imagine how great you’ll feel if you take care of those issues before they cropread more
In a year of ups and downs (perhaps mostly downs), people have naturally started thinking about what they would do if something happened to them. Whether that’s getting sick, suffering a long-term injury or disability, losing their job, or worse – it’s important to know that you and your family will be looked after. That’sread more
Do you worry about money? Concerned about how your investments might fare in this current economic climate? Dreaming about having more money to reach your goals? Wondering what you should be doing with your hard-earned cash to make the most out of it? If you’ve thought about any of the above at some stage, notread more
The recent outbreak and subsequent spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has thrown a spanner into the works when it comes to the global stock market. Concern from investors around the stability of global markets, the severe impact of COVID-19 on the Chinese economy, and what it all means for the value of their portfolio has ledread more
The big-spending overindulgence of the festive period can often leave people well and truly in the red. The financial ‘hangover’ associated with spending too much money on Christmas presents, family gatherings, and all the little bits in between may even linger beyond the first few weeks of the new year. Savings are down, credit cardread more
Retirement means different things for different people – it could be an opportunity to travel, spend more time with family, take up new hobbies, or just take it easy for a while; knowing you’ve earned every bit of it after many years in the workforce. But when you’re gearing up for the end of yourread more
When it comes to investment, fluctuations in prices, the availability of information and volatile economic conditions all play a part in the decisions that investors make. Behind all of this, though, is a whole suite of cognitive biases that sometimes lead to poor investment decisions. Simply put, a cognitive bias is a natural, hard-wired, systematicread more
Who says the turn of a new calendar year is the only time you can set some resolutions? With money on our mind as one financial year rolls to the next, now is a great time to set some goals for taking control of your personal finances. But where to start? Simply “saving more money”read more
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