Tracking Networth Is A Must

If you were to pick anyone out on the street and ask them what their networth or savings would look like in exactly 10 years, many would have no idea where to begin even figuring out such a task. However doing so its not so hard, no more than some basic arithmetic. Before I lose your interest because I’m speaking … Continue reading “Tracking Networth Is A Must”

Study Now, Travel Later

This will be advice most will hate, but the truth is cruel sometimes. The current and following generations seem to have the idea that as soon as they finish High School that is their time to travel and take a year off to explore the world. As exciting as this may sound, its horrible advice and not a path I … Continue reading “Study Now, Travel Later”

Why You Shouldn’t Just Budget

Most of us are taught that money has value, and that this value is earned through hard work and time. Therefore we should be careful what we are spending on money on because at the end of the day we are spending our effort, our time for goods and services. Of course it may make sense to budget to avoid … Continue reading “Why You Shouldn’t Just Budget”

Don’t Insure Without Being Sure

Purchasing a car is a exciting thing, it gives you responsibility and freedom. Weather your car purchase is for leisure and weekends or required daily for your commute to work it can lead to financial headaches. Ontop of the cost of gas, repairs, and routine maintenance you also will also have to fork out the cash for some auto insurance … Continue reading “Don’t Insure Without Being Sure”

Saving Can Be a Lonely Path

Building up your savings as a millennial is truly not that easy of a task. Often it can feel like your facing a very desolate path, saving may seem like it will limit your time with your friends and may not allow you to keep up with those around you. But this doesn’t have to be the case, there a … Continue reading “Saving Can Be a Lonely Path”

Simple Savings – Coffee Break

First thing I start my day with a lot of the the time is a coffee, I need my coffee. It helps me start the day and makes the worst of days even just a little bit better. Coffee is a investment to me, its a cost worth spending because it makes my day that much better. But often small … Continue reading “Simple Savings – Coffee Break”

Will avocado toast bankrupt me?

Lately there has been a lot of talk about young millennials and their expensive habits, namely our avocado toast. Not long ago, Australian luxury real-estate developer Tim Gurner is quoted saying “young people can’t afford to buy property because they’re wasting money on fancy toast and overpriced coffee”. As easy as it is to blame overpriced coffee and avocado toast … Continue reading “Will avocado toast bankrupt me?”