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Investing is important to accomplish one’s financial goals and provides a buffer for unforeseen expenses that may arise in future. Investing refers to long-term commitment, as opposed to trading or speculating, which are short-term and, therefore, amount to higher risk. Since budgeting allows you to create a spending plan for your money, it tries to ensure that you always have enough money for the things you need and the things that are important to you. Investing on a budget will also help you accomplish your financial goals without breaking the bank. Let’s get familiar with some of these tips :

Discipline: Aside from money, you need Discipline. Start by making a budget and setting your goals. Putting everything down on paper and visualizing it can help keep you on track and prioritize. Once you have your income and monthly obligations down, you can figure out how much you can. …


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So you’re in debt and you feel like you’re drowning. You’re not exactly sure how you got here, one thing led to another and here you are. We’ll be honest with you, getting out of it won’t be easy (Especially depending on how much in debt you are) but the good news is, it’s possible!

To help you out, we have put together five tips to consider as you go on this debt-free journey!

Assess The Situation: We know this might sound counterintuitive but you shouldn’t jump straight into action. Before you act, it is important that you assess your current financial situation and by this we mean e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g. All the details in between how much cash you have coming in and how much you have coming out are important to help you set the foundation for your plans on how to get out of debt. …


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We have all been there, be it in wealth management or other areas of our lives, chances are we have made a mistake. The thing about mistakes is, you don’t have to make them yourself to learn to avoid them. Here are some common investment mistakes we think you should avoid.

Using Money You Cannot Afford To Risk: No matter how safe an investment opportunity claims to be, it is almost never a good idea to put in money you cannot afford to risk. When you put in money you need for other purposes, your emotions get heightened which could also cloud your judgement and cause you to make “not-so-great” decisions. …


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“What is necessary to change a person is to change his awareness of himself” — Abraham Maslow

Humans are wonderfully intricate beings. We are able to be fiercely unique while sharing similar attributes at the same time which means, while we are all “individuals” there is no one person who is entirely different from everyone else.

Over the years, lots of different studies and assessments have popped up in a bid to help people better understand why they do the things they do. While this is not all-encompassing, it gives you the framework to begin your journey towards self-awareness and all the great things that come with it. …


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To some people, Monopoly is just a board game (that may or may not tear your family apart 😅) and to others, it is a makeshift school on Money Management.

“Monopoly is the formula for great wealth.” — Robert Kiyosaki

For those who are unfamiliar with the game, Monopoly is a board game where the main objective is to finish with the most money and/or property by the end of the game. At the start of it, everyone gets the same amount of cash but as you play along, the dynamics of it begin to shift as people acquire property and build houses/hotels. Usually the person with the best strategy (plus a bit of luck) wins. What if we told you some of those strategies are applicable in real life? …


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Investments are a great opportunity to build wealth but like with most great opportunities, counterfeits abound.

So! to do what we can to keep you safe in these "Investment Streets” we have compiled some tips to help you avoid investment scams this year:

  1. Do some research: we know… research can be boring, but! Think about it, it is better to spend some minutes googling and asking around about this great new investment opportunity you found than to loose money! Do what you can to avoid stories that touch, you'll be glad you did!
  2. Be cautious of opportunities you need to pay for ON THE SPOT: If they are trying to get you to invest right there and then the first time you are hearing about the opportunity? It might be safest to pass on it. Yes, some investment opportunities could be time sensitive, but you should not feel like you can’t even take a second to think and decide. Having to make a decision under "duress" is tricky and should be avoided if possible. When making important decisions like where to invest your money, it is important to be level headed to some degree and able to make informed decisions. …

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