Want to retire wealthy? Start with your ‘money personality’

For those seeking ways to build wealth (or just to get rich quick), there’s no shortage of advice out there. Personal finance sites abound online, and self-styled radio talk show experts dispense wisdom with varying degrees of accuracy. But one study found that your fundamental attitudes about money can be a predictor of your ability… Continue reading Want to retire wealthy? Start with your ‘money personality’

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Top seven tips for saving money and making your dollar work for YOU

Saving money and cutting costs is often as exciting as watching paint dry. But finance guru and Sugar Mamma founder Canna Campbell has revealed her seven top tips to get you enthusiastic and confident about growing your bank account. The Australian video blogger says getting yourself into a healthy routine with money is the best… Continue reading Top seven tips for saving money and making your dollar work for YOU

Saving money made simple for pensioners

OLD age pensioners are the salt of the earth. Most soldier on, without complaints. They are not whingers. Most went through hard times where seeking second-hand goods were a habit as there was no money to buy anything brand new. They survived to become great, unheralded, true blue Australians. Luckily in those days, the only… Continue reading Saving money made simple for pensioners

Five money tips to give your children before they start university

In the coming weeks, hundreds of thousands of excited 18-year-olds will be heading to university. It is daunting for both the new generation of undergraduates and their parents. University will be a long list of firsts – and many of these will involve money. Having a bank account with an overdraft (and very likely the… Continue reading Five money tips to give your children before they start university

5 Money Tips to Help Your Side Hustle Succeed

1. Maintain three to six months of savings in your account. “As a contractor or part-time worker, your income will tend to ebb and flow,” Gugliuzza says. “Having an emergency fund with enough savings to cover three to six months’ worth of your critical expenses can help ensure you can pay your bills, even during… Continue reading 5 Money Tips to Help Your Side Hustle Succeed

Easy financial tips to get on track

Money is something that individuals usually need more of but frequently find in short supply. People worry about money.... a lot. According to the YouGov poll for the Institute of Financial Planning and National Savings and Investments in Great Britain, nearly two-thirds of respondents worried about their finances, with 43 percent saying they worried about… Continue reading Easy financial tips to get on track