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Why it is Important to Teach Your Kids About Money and Investing

Children are not usually included in discussions around the household budget or decisions around which stocks to invest in.  And, it's not usually on your 'To Do' list to teach your kids about money.  More’s the pity. Because, if

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Putting the FUN back into your funds: making money fun!

At what point did life become hard work?  Is it when you left full time education and needed to start earning a living?  Or is it after that time, once the “new job” honeymoon period was over? Perhaps for

  • Raining money

Move to a simpler life and save money

The things you do and buy on a daily and monthly basis, you probably don’t really think about: it’s hard wired into what you do and it’s probably largely similar to what your friends and colleagues are doing and

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Don’t be a marketing victim: resist and save money for your future

(Source: istock) When I began my first career in Market Research and studied for my Chartered Institute of Marketing Diploma, the way we were taught about the art of marketing was to create a need and then

How Spending Money Is Like Eating

On first glance, how you spend your money and how you eat seem completely different things. But, if you look at it a different way, your Spending Habits are very much like your Eating Habits. Here’s what I mean.

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4 reasons why people don’t save and invest – and why you should do it anyway

Everyone should save and invest a percentage of their earnings. Why? Because if you don’t, you are not maximising as much value as you can from life. (I know that’s a big statement, but it’s true.) Say you receive

  • Game Pieces

In the Game of Money, would you be on the winning side?

When my son, Sam, was just older than a toddler, we would go to the play park and when he climbed onto the climbing frame, it was no longer a climbing frame, oh no, it was an aeorplane and

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