With the recently passed 11.11 and 12.12, you may have been tempted by the many sales and promotions from all the shopping sites. However, once the mood passes and you find yourself surrounded by your unplanned purchases, you might question why they were bought. Impulsive buying is common, especially with online shopping. There are many traps set by online stores to promote impulse buying,...Read More
As we walk on the streets now, we see many people wearing or holding branded items. From Chanel handbags to Nike shoes, these products have become a norm in our daily lives. Have you stopped though to think if we might be paying too much for them? Is having branded luxury items a form of good money management? Here are some thoughts on why buying luxury items may not be your best choice when...Read More
YOU influence your child’s financial learning and gratification style.
Gratification styles are one of the most common concepts in financial learning. If you have not heard of it, let’s watch this video to get an idea of what gratification is.
While this may sound like “grown-up stuff”, we experience gratification from young.
Although children tend to prefer instant gratification,...Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of the year
~ Andy Williams
It is once again that time of the year where we enjoy the festive season! With Christmas around the corner, I am guessing everyone is rushing to get presents. Many of us are also feeling the need to reward ourselves by indulging our material wants and perhaps taking lavish holidays. Do you realise though that with these...Read More
Money advice is easy to find, but hard to differentiate. With advice coming to us from left, right and centre, how can we make sure that we follow the right ones? Here are some common money management advice which you might want to think twice about.
1. You need to save even more
There is a limit to how much we can save from our monthly income. Although it may seem like a great...Read More
For individuals who are adulting, financial independence is a huge milestone. We often struggle with reading/paying bills, and making sound financial decisions that we are confident of.
CoVid-19 has resulted in high levels of economic uncertainty. Individuals feel anxious about the future and not know the best way to respond financially. This workshop aims to empower young adults aged 18 to...Read More
2020 is shaping up to be a year that shows the power of financial independence. As teenagers, we crave independence. This means we also need to become financially independent from our parents. When we do not depend solely on others for livelihood, we have more control in our lives. This gives us a greater say in how we respond to our environment.
COVID-19 has forced countries into isolation...Read More
Chances are we all have more than one bank account. As the world switches increasingly to being cashless, bank accounts become more important. They are now the new substitute to our traditional wallets. bank accounts money management.
Depending on your preference, you may have one or many accounts. Choosing suitable accounts is similar to buying wallets that meets your needs. It is important...Read More
Learning how to trade is increasingly popular as a way of making money. If you have not read our article on the overview of investments and trading, you might wish to look at that first to get the context of today’s discussion. lifeskill how to trade
Today, we are going to look at the benefits and risks of investing versus trading.
At the core of trading/ investing, people earn through...Read More
There are so many lessons that I learn as a business owner.Daily, I am challenged to learn and constantly apply myself in different areas.
It’s been a crazy second quarter of the year as we took part in the City of Canning’s business program, networking with other business owners and being facilitated in all areas of business. The time commitment was intensive, but the sessions...Read More