Less than three months after the European Central Bank announced the ending of its massive €2.6 trillion bond-buying programme, it is getting back into the stimulus game. The main reason … Continue reading Good news for mortgage holders, bad news for savers
When you borrow using a credit card and do not pay off the balance each month, you pay interest. In fact, you pay a particular type of interest called compound … Continue reading How to cut the cost of using a credit card
More and more employers are now incorporating financial well-being seminars as a core part of their Employee Assistance Programmes. Why? The reason is both simple and complex. On the face … Continue reading Financial well-being is all about balance
Dr. Liam Fox, one the extreme Brexiteers in Theresa May’s Conservative government has had a eureka moment (except he hasn’t realised it just yet); the free trade world he sold … Continue reading Brexiteers smell reality…and it stinks!