How to Raise Financially Intelligent Kids

With social media at their fingertips, chances are your child, or children, are already forming views and opinions on money and different personal finance topics. The earlier you start having these conversations around the ‘dinner table’, the easier it will be to raise financially intelligent children who will be equipped with the knowledge and critical

Money Lessons from Squid Game

In recent times, the popular Netflix South Korean drama, Squid Game, has taken the world by storm, clicking rising to the #1 position as the most popular show in the United States, Singapore, and many other countries. The show portrays a dark and compelling game of survival, as it depicts 456 individuals, all of whom

Top Tips for Setting AND Sticking to Your New Year’s Goals

The new year is upon us. A fresh start for us all, and we’re sure that many would be happy to wave goodbye to the year that has been 2020. This new year gives us all a chance to write down our New Year goals and map out how we’re going to make the most

8 Savings Hacks for Christmas

Tis’ the Season to be “Saving” and Not Debt the Halls. The time of year has come again, with festivities in the air, and a spring in your step as we get ready to enter the silly season. However, with greater uncertainty of what the New Year will bring, what we can be certain about

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