The 9 Safest Investments




Do You Consider Personal Finances A ‘Blue’ Job?

I jokingly refer to household tasks that are traditionally labelled male or female as blue jobs or pink jobs. With modern feminism and men taking a more active role at home, this division is a little more blended.

Financial Success by Thinking Smaller

This article is going to teach you how to gain financial success by thinking small. Yes you read correctly… thinking small will help you gain financial success. You can make more money if you think smaller and not bigger.

Two Investment Guarantees Investors Can Take To The Bank

Having worked in the financial services industry, there was one word we were forbidden to use. Now an investor coach, I am very conscious of the implications, consequences and effect this one word conveys to investors in my blogs, articles, webinars and seminars. However, times change and I’m ready to put this one word back into my vocabulary. What is this one word? Guarantee.

Three Principles of Finance: Tapping Your Financial IQ

To everything in life, there is always at least a concept that guides its activity. Here are three key factors that will give core values to your money. Money is more or less a principle, or an idea.

Deferring The State Pension

This article looks at the implications that increase in life expectancy – particularly among women – and what effect this will have on when to draw the state pension. The longer a person lives past the average age, the more benefit he or she receives from the deferral.

Property Joint Venture

A property management firm can take your undeveloped property and develop it. It takes a team of professionals and funding, which is the reason why so many people wanting their property developed are turning to property management firms.

Your Honey and Your Money

About eighteen years ago, Robert (my husband) and I made a vow before we got married that we would never argue about money. Eighteen years later, we have honored that vow. Our take on it was simple: arguing doesn’t change anything and it’s only trees!

Tips for a Successful Debt Negotiation

Debt negotiation is a process wherein an individual or entity suffering from severe debt issues negotiates with their lender, with the end goal of settling their debt for less than the original amount. Debt settlement can be an excellent means of climbing out of bad debt, but the process can be difficult.

Tips to Teach Children About Money

One of the most important things you can do as a parent is teach your child how to make smart decisions with money. Four areas you need to focus your teachings on giving, earning, spending and saving.

Money and Marriage: Reigniting Your Romance Can Give a Huge Boost to Your Financial Life!

I was talking to a client on the phone who shared with me, “It seems like I am so busy working from the moment I get up in the morning till the moment I go to bed at night.” She went on…

Becoming Financially Independent

The old ways of becoming independent financially are fading away, and we’re going to have to invent new ones. There were five ways in which people in the UK and Europe used to count on, one is almost dead, and the others are half as effective as they used to be. But there are new ways, perhaps a little more mature, a little more wise.

What Are the Options for Teenager’s Bank Accounts?

Opening accounts for teenagers will take careful consideration. This not only involves deciding on which account should be chosen, but also on how funds are to be provided and how much one can rely on the teenager in question to take their responsibility serious.

Tips for Couponing Safely

It’s important to be careful when you coupon. The reason is one that you may think is way out in left field until it happens to you or someone you know. Couponing can be addictive in that you’re always in search of the best deal.

Taking Stock of Your Financial Situation

Now it is your turn. Your list may be long or short it does not really matter. The important this is you have a list. You have honestly put down on paper your financial situation. Now look at all of these items. You have just looked your financial short-comings in the face. Have you asked yourself, “How did I get here?”

Financial Challenges and the Power of Laughter

Individual financial decisions may have failed you during this economic crisis, but you are not a failure. You have the opportunity to make new choices that will allow you to succeed! You do not want to dwell on your failures, but you need to see them so you deal with the outcomes those failures produced.

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