Advertisements Statistics have shown that disagreements over money are one of the top factors that breaks up a lot of relationships, with sex coming after. Unfortunately, many people turn a blind eye to prominent financial warning signs during dating and courtship. It is easy to get carried away with the lovey-dovey stage of a relationshipContinue reading “7 Financial Warning Signs To Watch Out For in a Relationship”
Advertisements The cost of living in the UK and my home country, Nigeria, has soared in the past few months. So, this is not the right time to splurge money on luxury purchases you do not need. I understand we’ve all been there at one time or the other. You love the flamboyant lifestyle. YouContinue reading “10 Luxury Purchases You Do Not Need”
Here are seven money rules that school would not teach you. These rules will help you bulletproof your finances and make the right financial decisions.
Advertisements For many black people, once we start working, we feel obliged to provide for extended family members, especially our parents. Doing this is a big thing in the black community. Giving extended families and friends financial support and how this affects your finances is what I call the black tax. Our parents made usContinue reading “BLACK TAX AS AN EXPENSE”
Advertisements Being good at money management is something anyone can learn and master, and it all boils down to having good money habits. However, struggling to achieve financial freedom may be because there are some mistakes you are making with money. These mistakes will keep you from saving and growing wealth. Here are five commonContinue reading “5 Mistakes You Are Making With Money”
Advertisements As we all know, the new Prime Minister of the UK, appointed a new UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng. Last week, Kwasi announced a mini-budget 2022 that included a few tax changes such as a cut to basic-rate tax, which focused on removing additional-rate income tax. The UK 2022 mini-budget was aContinue reading “The UK 2022 Mini-Budget And How It Affects You”
Advertisements A thousand pounds may not seem like much, but you have been disciplined enough to save it, and now you are ready to invest. I applaud you for that! Your £1,000 is a fantastic start in building toward long-term financial freedom. If you are unsure how to invest your first £1000, this post isContinue reading “HOW TO INVEST YOUR FIRST £1000”
Advertisements You are probably all loved up right now and caught between romantic getaways, date nights, fancy dinners, and all the lovey-dovey that comes with a new relationship. As a result, money conversations are the last thing on your mind. But soon, you may begin to notice some financial red flags and disturbing patterns regardingContinue reading “5 Common Financial Red flags In Relationships”
Are you planning to move abroad anytime soon? Here are six financial costs to expect as you relocate.
Do you want to become a homeowner in the UK? Here is a step-by-step guide on how to buy your first home.