Retirement is a part of life that’s meant to be reached once a person’s career has come to an end, typically toward the latter half of their life. While a relatively new concept, retirement has become a popular goal for hundreds of millions of people across the world, especially those that occupy the high- and middle-income sphere. However, a growing movement throughout the globe is witnessing working people unhappy with the status quo, unwilling to spend decades of their best years working, and only having time to themselves once they’re in old age.
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Managing your finances is the key to living a happier, more fulfilled life. In finances, we are going to be looking at everything money related including how to make money online, where to invest, making budgets, planning for retirement and keeping a bit aside for a rainy day. The internet is filled with multiple earning opportunities and we are going to look at ways to earn cash online as a business or just as a side project to bring in a bit of cash.
Investments and Cryptocurrencies
For those with a little money in the bank, we take a look at the world of investments. How to invest, where to invest and most importantly when you should start and how when to expect a return? We also take a look at the arrival of cryptocurrencies and the role they are going to play in our society. Should you be investing in Bitcoin or is the bubble about to burst?
Budgeting and Online Spending
For some people, having a budget is the only thing keeping bankruptcy at bay. Keeping a budget is not easy and we are take a look at a few tips and tricks to help you live within you means, get rid of your debt and become financially free. Shopping online can save you time and money. Find out how to look for bargains, buying smart and keeping track of your spending. There is also a fine line between living the life you want and saving all you have.
Being financially stable means being able to splurge when the time is right and save when you can.
The prices of groceries around the world have skyrocketed since the pandemic, and even in wealthier, developing countries, more and more people are beginning to feel the punch. As we move into another predicted economic recession, it’s more important than ever to know how to save money.
We all know the struggle of getting midway through the month with seemingly not enough cash to get us to our next paycheque, but it doesn’t have to be this way! If you need help getting your personal finances in order and minimising spending, these new budgeting apps for 2019 are exactly what you need. While there are thousands of budgeting apps to choose from with new ones popping up almost daily, it can be difficult to weed out the ones that aren’t worth your time, but fortunately we’ve done all the work for you.
All Bout eWallets
The Internet has improved our lives in more ways than we sometimes realise. Not only does it give us access to all of humankind’s accumulated information, but allows us to listen to music, talk to people from across the world, stream films and television series, and even make use of banking.
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