If you’re young, working class or not blessed with a rich family, the decision to rent or own your home has largely been taken out of your hands. Buying a house is paramount to extortion, so renting is the only option. Since the mortgage crash, lenders have made it an absolute pain in the arse [...]
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This is a guest post by Ashyia Hill. Ashyia is a social media advocate with CreditDonkey, where she helps consumers make educated decisions about credit. She believes financial planning is key when growing wealth. In generations past, career changes were infrequent and uncommon. People would even stay with the same exact company for their entire [...]
The average American saves less than a dollar of every $100 earned. This shocking statistic goes a long way to explaining the $14 trillion debt that America faces in it’s hushed but very real economic crisis. America has been living beyond it’s means for decades now. But it’s not alone. Many western societies are driven [...]
It never ceases to amaze me how people have such an enduring capacity to ensure their deepest hopes and dreams amount to nothing. Some people call this “growing wise and responsible”. I call it settling for mediocrity. As children, we all knew how to dream. We would conjure up impressive projections of our future happiness, [...]