The 7 steps for developing your financial IQ and making your personal finance simply brilliant!

30.11.2020 | Financial Planning

On Thursday 13th January 2017, the European Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee voted to pass a report that deals with the rapid development of AI and robots. According to the report, it is high time that we consider robots as beings with obligations and rights. The report’s author, Luxembourger MEP Mady Delvaux, wants to robots to […] Read more

These forty years now I’ve been speaking in prose without knowing it! Newsletter of The Financial Manifesto

It takes time and courage to transform our financial habits and decisions. Finances are deeply rooted in everything we do. They affect everything we plan, dream and pursue. You can read a new book on personal finance management every week, you can attend a new financial workshop every weekend, you can download every financial app […] Read more

The best 15 questions you can ever ask about your personal finance

29.11.2020 | Financial Education

Did you ever consider how powerful questions are? Are you asking the right ones? If you want a better life then ask better questions. To ask questions is a big deal! We all ask questions, of course, but they are often framed in the wrong way. Questions such as: “Why is this happening to me?” […] Read more

3 Tips for Staying on Track with Life Planning

Unless you are a financial advisor, you will mostly feel like a novice when it comes to life planning- even if you’ve been making and trying to reach financial goals for some time. Parents, in particularly, strive to stay on track with life planning because they want to make the correct contingencies to plan for […] Read more

The place for love is included in the budget. Finance from a woman’s perspective

19.11.2020 | Woman’s Perspective

There are still a lot of women who feel confused or don’t understand the issue when it comes to financial planning. They think talking about finance with their spouse or partner is an unnecessary, boring act, which involves too many unhealthy emotions, and that it is better to leave any financial decisions up to them. […] Read more

Debt – curse or blessing of our times?

As we discussed in the previous session of this personal financial planning course, our debts are the result of rushing into ever-increasing levels of borrowing. Other important causes of the accumulation of debt can be found, among others, in Session 2 (“Marketing. The Art of Seduction”), where we showed how irrational financial decisions may be […] Read more

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