Why net worth is essential to measure your wealth and how to calculate it

19.12.2020 | Financial Education

There are quite a lot of ways through which we measure our wealth, but the most popular are usually totally wrong.  Most of us assume that the more someone has, the richer they are. The only thing that counts is a visible sign of wealth. That’s why we have so many problems with debts – […] Read more

Cash never rests: compound interest

19.12.2020 | Financial Education

This session was compiled on the basis of a text by Dr. Andrzej Fesnak, EFC (European Financial Consultant), Master Trainer (an expert in teaching an effective combination of sound practice and creative theory) specializing in the fields of financial education and project financing, also a noted assistant professor and journalist in Business and Economics, a […] Read more

The 10 Key Words That Explain The Phenomenon Of The Christmas And New Year Festive Season

18.12.2020 | Behind Money

What makes the last two weeks, or even three or four weeks of the year so exceptional? Why would it be so difficult for any other time of year to compete with this season, including even the most exciting summer time? How does business benefits from the ideology of this festive period? How do we explain […] Read more

What is financial coaching?

16.12.2020 | Financial Coaching

Recently, coaching has become a very popular method for helping people deal with their issues by applying very individual approach. However, there is a lot of misunderstanding and confusion about the different approaches towards learning and development. Coaching, mentoring, counselling and teaching are all focused on support, direction, performance and well-being in your career or […] Read more

What are the golden rules of investment?

I have just written a new article about the rules of investment for Modest Money. Investing is the final, and potentially the most profitable, stage of personal finance management. Before you start investing, you have to first put your personal finances in good order. All debts should be paid, and an emergency capital able to […] Read more

Why I am not surprised that 70% of the British are broke

14.12.2020 | Behind Money

Britain is a country with one of the highest rates of Nobel prize laureates. It’s home to some of the most prestigious universities in the world, and its capital city is a booming global finance hub. So how come British citizens are crippled by mountains of debt? Thousands of people from around the world come […] Read more

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