The power of saving money rests with your ability to say ‘no’ to things. This guide will show you the frequent situations that often cost you a lot of money and how your desire to say ‘yes’ is costing you money.
How to calculate your personal net worth by evaluating your assets and liabilities. Calculating your net worth will show you exactly what you have accumulated (effort wise) over the course of your financial history.
How to use your home (even if you are renting) to generate over $20,000 a year in passive income. Renting spare rooms, renting car spaces, hosting international students – these are some of the ways to cash in.
The term ‘war chest’ comes from days of yesteryear to describe money that was set aside for the sole purpose of war. Here we show you why you need your own war chest to pounce on good financial opportunities when they arise.
Paying your bills the moment they arrive is one of the most savvy and financially beneficial things I have ever done. It takes a change in routine but will enable you to get discounts, feel organised, protect your credit rating and save a tonne of money on interest charges and late fees.
Got multiple credit cards? List them in a spreadsheet and detail the balance owed, the limit available, the interest rate charged and begin to take back control with a single goal; repaying your credit card debt.