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It ain’t gonna be easy

The road toward financial independence and a meaningful life is seldom straight or smooth. It’s a path fraught with challenges, requiring not just financial acumen but also a steadfast commitment to your long-term goals. The words, “I’m not telling you it’s going to be easy. I’m telling you it’s going to be worth it,” resonate […]

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Equipping kids with financial literacy skills

Parents have the profound responsibility and privilege of shaping their children’s relationship with money. In a world where financial literacy is often lacking, equipping our kids with the knowledge and skills to navigate their financial lives with confidence and wisdom is one of the greatest gifts we can give them. By starting early and making […]

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Being kind to the inner critic

Sometimes, we can be hardest on ourselves (and others) when working with money! This could be because we’ve been taught to think that our success is largely determined and defined by numbers, investment strategies, and external factors that impact our financial well-being. However, true financial success is most often rooted in our internal world—our thoughts, […]

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Is all debt bad?

Debt, in its many forms, can often feel like a heavy chain that restricts financial freedom. Whether it’s the revolving cycles of credit card balances, the long-term commitment of a mortgage, or the daunting totals of student loans, each type of debt comes with its unique challenges and strategies for management. Debt is often a […]

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Retirement needs to be revisited

70 is the new 60! We live in an era where longevity is increasing, and living costs are surging; the traditional concept of retiring at 65 is undergoing a significant transformation. It’s becoming evident that the golden years of retirement, once anticipated as a time of leisure following a fixed endpoint in one’s career, no […]

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Crafting a life rich with purpose

It’s clear that we need to rethink, revisit, and recalibrate the way in which we prepare for retirement—not only financially, but socially and emotionally as well. One of the best ways to effectively plan for the future is to start as early as possible. For some, this means laying the groundwork early in life, taking […]

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The essential interplay of love and money

Love and money—two forces that drive our lives in profoundly different ways. While one fills our hearts, the other fuels our ambitions. But what happens when these worlds collide? Integrating love into our financial decisions doesn’t just add a layer of complexity; it transforms money management into a shared journey of goals, dreams, and sometimes, […]

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How will your assets be distributed?

Estate planning is a vital process that involves preparing for the transfer of a person’s assets and responsibilities after their death. While the fundamental principles of estate planning are widely recognised, the specific laws and practices can vary significantly between different countries and cultures.  This makes it crucial for us to not only understand the […]

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Financial planning mistakes to avoid

Financial planning is a lot like setting out on a journey—it requires foresight, preparation, and smart decision-making. However, amidst the hustle of daily life, it’s easy to veer off track. Here are some common financial pitfalls and how to steer clear of them: Firstly, not having clear financial goals is like driving without a destination. […]

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Retirement and your healthcare needs

When most people think about retirement planning, they focus on saving enough money to maintain their lifestyle and pursue their dreams. However, there’s one critical expense that often gets overlooked: healthcare costs. As the writer and philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “The first wealth is health.” With proper planning for medical expenses, your later […]

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The No-Complaints Diet: Awareness and Acceptance

In a world filled with challenges and imperfections, it’s easy to fall into the trap of complaining. We complain about our jobs, our relationships, our finances, and countless other aspects of our lives. While it’s natural to express dissatisfaction, the habit of complaining can have a profound negative impact on our well-being and success. That’s […]

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Maximising your money with tax optimisation

Paying taxes is an inevitable part of life, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be smart about it. By understanding our country’s tax system and employing savvy optimisation strategies, we can keep more of your hard-earned money in your pocket. As the famous quote goes, “The only difference between death and taxes is that death […]

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The power of goal-setting

When it comes to financial planning, setting clear and well-defined goals is a crucial first step. Without a destination in mind, it’s easy to get lost or sidetracked on the path to financial success. That’s where the power of goal-setting comes in. One popular framework for setting effective goals is the SMART criteria. SMART is […]

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The power of Conceive, Believe, Achieve

“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t—you’re right.” This famous quote by Henry Ford encapsulates the incredible power our minds have in shaping our reality (financial or otherwise!). The path to financial success is not just about numbers and strategies; it’s also about harnessing the power of your mind. By embracing the […]

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Tackling financial challenges as a team

In the shared journey of financial management within a relationship, it’s essential to identify the actual challenge: the financial situation, not your partner. Disagreements over money shouldn’t strain the relationship; rather, they should be seen as chances to strengthen bonds through understanding and teamwork. To tackle financial challenges as a team, it’s important to communicate […]

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Sometimes, the best action is inaction

Many investors are drawn to the fast-paced world of buying low and selling high, chasing the thrill of timing the market for quick profits. Yet, there exists a timeless strategy far removed from the frenetic quest for immediate gains: embracing the power of staying invested over the long term. This approach, preferring ‘time in the […]

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Smashing the invisible barriers

When we contemplate our financial goals, the journey often seems straightforward until we encounter invisible barriers that keep us from reaching our full potential. These barriers are rarely about the tangibility of money or the complexity of financial markets; more often, they are the intangible hurdles of our own limiting beliefs. The story of Roger […]

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The Solomon Paradox

Imagine possessing wisdom so profound that it becomes legendary, guiding nations and solving the most intricate disputes, yet finding oneself ensnared in personal quandaries with no clear path forward. This is the story of Biblical King Solomon, a figure whose life embodied what we know today as the Solomon Paradox—the intriguing disparity between offering wisdom […]

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