Financial Costs To Expect When You Move Abroad

Are you planning to move abroad anytime soon? Here are six financial costs to expect as you relocate.

How to Pay for Your Next Car Purchase

Purchasing a new car can be a bit challenging. So if you are considering making a car purchase but are unsure how to finance it, this post is for you!  What are your options, and what are their pros and cons?  Keep reading to find out. 1. Cash The cheapest and easiest way to payContinue reading “How to Pay for Your Next Car Purchase”

5 Worst Financial Advice I’ve Ever Heard

At some point in our lives, we have received advice on money management. Some money misinformation can come from anywhere, including friends, families, loved ones, social media drivel, and even professionals. But what’s the worst financial advice I’ve ever heard? These misguided suggestions about investing, budgeting, saving, and building credit are usually disguised as financial adviceContinue reading “5 Worst Financial Advice I’ve Ever Heard”

8 Signs You Are Living Above Your Means

Living above your means may sometimes mean you are overspending, racking up debt, and making it hard to achieve financial freedom. If you want to know if you are in financial trouble and how you can stop living above your means, this post is for you. What are the signs that you are living aboveContinue reading “8 Signs You Are Living Above Your Means”

How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck

According to a recent lendingClub survey, around 64% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. The current rate of inflation has resulted in a hike in the prices of commodities, and the federal consumer credit has reported about 29% increase in revolving debt as of March 2022. It is easy to think living paycheck toContinue reading “How to Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck”

How to Pay Off Credit Card Debt Fast

If you have been thinking about how to pay off your credit card debt fast, this is the post for you.
As stated in UK personal debt statistics, 63% of UK adults had personal debt in 2019, and as of 2021, the average total debt per adult was £32,053.

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