Most of us have heard of the 5:2 food fast. By feasting for five days and fasting for two, the lifestyle-based diet provides an alternative to the traditional, calorie-restricted eating pattern we may have heard of.
The showdown kicked off in July 2018, when the US implemented its first China-specific tariffs. In turn, China has retaliated with its own tariffs, and threatened a range of other measures that may affect US businesses operating in China.
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When tailoring your investment mix, it’s important to focus on the big picture and think long term. That way, you’ll be able to ride out short-term fluctuations and take advantage of growth opportunities.
If your partner is on point when it comes to managing their finances, whereas you don’t have the faintest (do you even know how much cash is in your account right now, or how much money you owe?), it’s a chat that mightn’t end well.
With a combination of having more time to exercise at lunchtime and by bringing in nutritious and controlled amounts of food (without the temptation of buying that banana cake at the counter) your healthier lifestyle could convert to diminished kilos.
Unfortunately, there are a lot of misconceptions about life insurance which can lead to missed opportunities to protect ourselves and our dependants. In this article, we’ll set the record straight for six of them.
It’s not just your circumstances that influence financial wellbeing. There are two significant money behaviours identified by the ANZ report as being key to better financial wellbeing and it’s all about sticking to a budget:
Procrastinating and leaving important decisions for another day is something many of us can relate to, but in reality the more time you give yourself to think these things through, the better off you may be.
In your 40s, with luck, you’ve left behind the credit card debt and personal loans from your 20s and 30s. After all, these days, you’ve got enough to juggle and should be dealing with only one non-deductible debt.