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6 Step Guide On Optimising Your Personal Finance

Published by Autumn on May 17, 2021 You can start investing with very little. Here’s what you need, to get started.  The thought of investing need not sound daunting if you take small steps towards achieving your big goal. Regardless of how much you have, there is comfort that you can start investing with very little, whichever life stage you are at.  The idea is to leverage on compound interest to build from this pot. Here’s a 5-step financial checklist to get you started on your investment journey.  1. Build your 6-month emergency fund Having an emergency savings fund equivalent to

You don’t need a lot to start investing. Here’s what you need to get started

Published by Autumn on May 17, 2021 You can start investing with very little. Here’s what you need, to get started.  The thought of investing need not sound daunting if you take small steps towards achieving your big goal. Regardless of how much you have, there is comfort that you can start investing with very little, whichever life stage you are at.  The idea is to leverage on compound interest to build from this pot. Here’s a 5-step financial checklist to get you started on your investment journey.  1. Build your 6-month emergency fund Having an emergency savings fund equivalent to

4 Financial Moves Freelancers And Gig Workers Should Consider To Better Plan Their Personal Finances

Published by Autumn on November 03, 2020 The lifestyle of a freelancer or gig worker differs significantly from that of a person employed full-time. For starters, your definition of an office is very different – you can be working from home, at a café, or hot-desking at a co-working space. It can also mean starting at 8 a.m. if you’re an early bird, or burning the midnight oil if your creative juices flow better after sunset. However, being your own boss comes with its own set of challenges. As a solopreneur, you’re on your own. You’ll have to handle

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