Ideas to beat the cost-of-living crisis (Part 2)
I want to pick up from last week’s article where we finished by looking at target number 1 which were those expenses....
Ideas to beat the cost-of-living crisis (Part 1)
We all know food, fuel and energy costs have skyrocketed in recent weeks and with inflation at a 21 year high....
The Fisher Effect
I’m not sure if you’ve ever heard of The Fisher Effect, but it’s a formulae developed in 1930 by economist Irving....
Lifestyle Inflation: Earning more but feeling worse off.
I received an email from an individual recently who reached out to me about a year ago and between one thing and another....
How to transition from two incomes to one?
Two income households may want to make the transition to a one, or a one and a half income household for any number.....
Accidental Landlord – a Blessing or a Curse?
I was speaking with an accidental landlord recently and I’m not sure she was, as accidental a landlord as some people end up becoming. Because she told me that when she bought her first property, and that was before she ever got married or had a family, i
“I was a VP but now I drive a Bus”
In this article, I’m going to tell you about a gentleman who, until very recently was the vice president of a....
Financial Goals – What’s The Cost?
We all have different financial goals and they’ll vary from person to person.
For some it’s becoming mortgage free as fast as possible, for others it’s paying off debt, or saving for a deposit on a house, or retiring at 55.
How to Coast to Retirement
Have you ever wondered if there ever comes a point where you could stop making pension contributions ever again?
Questions & Answers
Liam, I’m wondering if in the future, my parents ever have to go into a nursing home, how will they or I be able...