You have quite a few streams of income in your life, even if you’re not aware of them. After all, even when you’ve spent your cash, the things you’ve bought are still worth something! You’ve just got to find the right market and the right buyer, and you could be cash in hand the same day.
Borrowing money either from the bank, financial services, or friends is always a tricky thing, and the knowledge of certain debt is enough to put you off asking. Sometimes, though, you don’t have a choice, and you need to take the plunge.
All of us, no matter who we are, need to practice financial management. The only way you will ever be free of this is to earn enough to ensure the lifelong service of a familial household accountant. It’s unlikely you have the means to do this. Don’t worry – not many do.
Financial life is pretty pragmatic, solid, and material, right? If you want to improve your financial health, you’ve got to figure out a budget, be more efficient in the workplace (an angle for s promotion) and all the rest.
Property is a popular way to invest money. For some people, investing in property is about getting a beautiful home to raise a family that you can sell on for a profit later on. For others, property investment is about putting some spare cash into a building and letting the investment mature. For a rarer few, investing in property is a brilliant opportunity to flip a fixer-upper.
If you have become wealthy in later life or if you know that you have a good amount of money that you need to protect then there are a few ways that you can do this. Take a look below to find out more.
Healthcare in the United States is nearly twice as expensive as it is anywhere else in the world – assuming you’re comparing against similarly developed countries. In fact, for many households, health is synonymous with a financial burden that can put you by more than $8,000 out of pocket.
With the coming of the new year, most of us want to ensure that we get into better financial habits. While for many of us this means saving more and making better choices when it comes to the purchases we make, it should also extend to the financial products we use and the institutions we rely on to provide them. Let’s face it “neither a lender nor a borrower be” simply isn’t practical advice when living in The Big Smoke in the 21st century.
No matter how money-conscious you are, there will sometimes be bills or charges that crop up in your life. Perhaps you were driving a little too fast on the drive home last week? Or maybe, a freak weather storm has ruined many parts of your home. No matter what the reason for bills cropping up, it can be difficult to know how to deal with the payments, especially if you don’t have the money at hand. In situations like these, what do you do?
As a parent, you want your children to gradually develop a sense of independence – and one of the main areas of life in which they can gain this is their finances. The problem is that you want to support them without them becoming overly reliant on hand-outs from you. This is an area which you need to handle delicately, as nothing can end up putting a strain on relationships quite like issues with money.