Tax is what you and your business pay to the government as a compulsory contribution. They are used for public services. As a newbie investor, you need to know how taxes may affect your investing journey.
As a child, you attended classes at school to make you smarter. The better you did in class, the more likely you were to graduate. (And if you’re reading this post, you must be pretty smart). This is no different in finance. Think of finance as a school where different asset ‘classes’ help you become […]
Investing invokes two strong emotions: “I’m not seeing results as fast as I’d like” and “I really, really don’t want to lose any money.” These two characteristics — impatience and loss aversion — might prevent you from benefiting from volatility and long-term investing. There are two concepts that can help you understand those advantages: compounding […]
Children are a blessing, but children are also quite expensive – and a significant portion of those expenses goes toward school fees. Education is one of the most crucial investments you can make for your child, as a good school gives your child the skills and social capital they need to succeed later in life. […]
“Soft life.” We use this term to describe a life free of financial burdens and stress. Typically associated with dating, it refers to spa massages and long walks on sandy beaches in far-flung locations. Love is a beautiful thing when you don’t have to worry about finances. Say what you want, but money helps strengthen […]
Whether you’re a young professional or a middle-aged parent, the question of financial planning and investing will come up at some point in your life. Finding the right answers, however, can be complicated. Which debts should you pay down first: the bigger ones or the smaller ones? How do you calculate your net worth, and […]