What is financial health?
You probably have a general idea of what it means to have a healthy body. So what’s the equivalent for your bank balance?Read More
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a step-by-step strategy for becoming debt-free
If you are currently feeling pressure as a result of monthly debt repayments, you are definitely not alone. Small, consistent changes can help you take control and speed up your repayment progress.
compound interest: why time is literally money
Compound interest is what makes money grow. When you save money it can work for you and when you borrow money it can work against you. A thorough understanding of the concept is an essential tool for your financial toolbox.
save to spend: get what you want for less
It sometimes feels like good budgeting means spending as little as possible on things you want, and only on things you need. But a good budget should help you plan and prioritise your spending so that you can spend on the things you want, without compromising your well-being or your future.
spend less on bank fees
It’s worth taking the time to understand exactly how much you spend on banking every month. It’s easy to forget this cost, but it should be included in your budget like everything else, and may be an area you can save on.