We would all like to have a more valuable home but what if you don’t want to spend a lot of money upgrading it? The good news is that there are some cheap and effective ways of increasing your home’s value that are worth considering, particularly if you are thinking of putting it on the market soon.
There is one place that most of us can turn to when we are under financial pressure and running out of options.
Moving back into the parental home has become more common in recent years, as economic problems have forced many adults to abandon the dream of living in their own property. Is this something that you could do if you had to? If so how do you think it would go?
I was watching an interesting program the other day about a bunch of people who were – in one way or another – making their living from the stock market. This episode of the program focused primarily on an individual hedge fund manager from the US and then a group of wannabe day traders taking a day trading course in the UK.
If you have some money and you don’t know what to do with it then there are 2 sensible options you could consider. The first one is to pay off some of your debt and the other one is to invest the cash. So which one should you choose?
Have you settled down into a career yet or have you got into the habit of switching from one job to another?
If you have been moving between different jobs then maybe you are starting to feel quite bad about this. After all, you have probably had some people tell you that it’s time to settle down and stick to one job. So, is jumping from one job to another a good thing or a bad thing? There are some reasons for thinking that it could be a good thing.