8 key elements of personal finance management

13.12.2020 | Financial Planning

If you ask people around you what they think personal finance is all about, they will probably tell you their shopping experience is, how much they spent, and how exciting it is. They might admit some online special deals and how cool all their credit cards look in a wallet. When you dig deeper, they […] Read more

Forget savings- you might just need to earn more!

12.12.2020 | Family Finances

This blog post is very special because it’s inspired by and written as an answer to an email I received last week from a friend and a regular reader of my blog, Jane from Liverpool. Immediately after I read the email I came up with a few quick answers and a few pieces of advice. […] Read more

Essential Life Planning Tips for Current (or Future) Parents

For parents (or soon-to-be parents), one of the most important parts of any comprehensive life plan is the part (or more accurately, many parts) that concerns your children. If you want to be able to help your child with life expenses down the road or make sure they are taken care of in the event […] Read more

The 12 Golden Rules Of Investment

Good, tried-and-tested investment rules enable you to develop effective strategies and tactics. If you want your investment to flourish, internalize the 12 golden rules of investment and make them part of every endeavour. Before you start investing, it’s good to spend some time on preparation. Investment is kind of like the crown of personal finance […] Read more

Alice in Financeland: Help Your Children Manage Money Well

What does parenting have to do with money? Well, our world is based on money (whether you like it or not), and children are an essential part of our society. The most important thing is, though, that today’s children are the adults of tomorrow. One day they will be the lever of economics – and […] Read more

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

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