Is Emergency Fund Necessary?

Is Emergency Fund Necessary?

Today’s let’s talk about one of the sacred cows of the personal finance community – The Emergency Fund. Almost every personal finance guru out there will recommend you to have one and most of them would recommend you to carry some amount at least.

How I Got My Friend Interested In Personal Finance

How I Got My Friend Interested In Personal Finance

Have you ever stumbled upon a solution to a problem that has been nagging you for years and felt like you’ve finally cracked the code? Back in 2018, I had such a moment. After being totally blindsided to the world of personal finance, I had finally, discovered how to manage my finances. I was never … Read moreHow I Got My Friend Interested In Personal Finance

Top 5 Celebrity Money Mistakes And What You Can Learn From Them

Top 5 Celebrity Money Mistakes And What You Can Learn From Them

It’s easy to assume that celebrities, with their larger than lifestyles and fat bank accounts, are also good with money. But having plenty of money doesn’t mean they know how to manage their cash flow or invest it properly. Many have struggled with advocating for themselves or negotiate the right pay or trusted the wrong people to manage their finances.

Alexander Meets A Yogi – Why Context Is Everything In Personal Finance

Alexander Meets A Yogi – Why Context Is Everything In Personal Finance

Alexander the Great was busy conquering the known world once, when he saw, on the banks of the Indus river in today’s Pakistan, a naked guy sitting in the Lotus position and contemplating the dirt. “Gymnosophists” (gumnos = naked, sophistes = philosopher) the Greeks called these men. We would call them yogis — as in Patanjali, say

5 Questions To Help You Discover Your True Financial North

5 Questions To Help You Discover Your True Financial North

When I first started learning about personal finance, it felt as if I had a huge pile of information to wade through before I could even wrap my head around it. This article will provide you with 5 questions to help you discover your true financial north.

How To Choose The Right Budgeting System

How To Choose The Right Budgeting System?

When I first began to learn about budgeting, I was absolutely clueless. I was totally new to the concept of budgeting and it was a daunting task to choose the right budgeting system that would work for us. Once you know where you stand and what you hope to accomplish, it’s a matter of picking … Read moreHow To Choose The Right Budgeting System

5 Ways You Can Double Your Net Worth In 12 Months

5 Ways You Can Double Your Net Worth In 12 Months

I have already written earlier here how 2018 was one of the best years of our lives. This year changed our personal finances forever. Do you want to know how to double your net worth in 12 months? Let me share with you all the things we did to achieve that. We were able to … Read more5 Ways You Can Double Your Net Worth In 12 Months

Is Financial Independence Really Worth It?

IS FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE REALLY WORTH IT?

Achieving Financial Independence (FI) is actually a big deal. Once you reach FI, you no longer have to trade your time for money and can do whatever you like, at least in theory. However, many of the people that focus on achieving financial independence do so by adopting a mindset of reaching FI as soon as possible. But what is the right way to achieve FI and is it really worth it?

How To Write A Budget That Actually Works

How To Write A Budget That Actually Works

Have you ever tried to go on a weight loss diet only to fall back to your old habits? Have you ever tried to join a gym membership, only to drop off the bandwagon a month later?

Where Should You Save Your Emergency Fund?

An emergency fund is an account for funds set aside in case of the event of a personal financial dilemma, such as the loss of a job, a debilitating illness or a major repair to your home.