Budgeting

Simple Tips For Cutting Back On School Expenses.

by Fox Symes on April 8, 2014

Going to school and getting a great education is a sure fire way to improve your chances of finding a well-paid, satisfying job. But education these days isn’t cheap. Apart from course fees, there are lots of other additional costs you’ll need to take in account, such as books, uniforms, and general school supplies. But [ read more... ]

Creating a budget is easy; sticking to it is a whole other matter. Unfortunately, too many of us drop the ball when it comes to our weekly budgets, and this can land us in hot financial water. There are, however, some ways you can stay disciplined and motivated throughout the week to help you stay [ read more... ]

How to Stop Your Vices From Sending You Broke.

by Fox Symes on March 19, 2014

We all like to have a good time, and we all like to consume our favourite foods and drinks. However, there may come a time when such behaviour seriously impinges on our financial situation. And it’s at this time when we may need to take a step back and evaluate whether our vices are sending [ read more... ]

Are You Teaching Your Children Bad Financial Habits? It’s important that you teach your children good financial habits as early as possible. This will help to ensure they have a stable and secure financial future well throughout their teenage and adult years. If you’re concerned that you may not be the best role model for [ read more... ]

How to Turn your Unwanted Christmas Gifts into Cash

by Fox Symes February 24, 2014

Christmas. The jingle belling, tinsel tossing, present preening financial blow out concluding every working year, bringing families together and feeding hardy, annual appetites full of turkey, seafood and ham. Sadly, despite the thought that may or may not have been attached to your fifth pair of socks from Grandma, or the iTunes gift card from [ read more... ]

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