In the vast landscape of personal finance, it's easy to become overwhelmed by the sheer volume of books, blogs, podcasts, seminars, apps, and products available for furthering your money education. In this edition of Ruth’s Two Cents, Ruth explores building a solid foundation for expanding your financial knowledge.
We sat down with Ruth Henderson, The Happy Saver and asked her some big questions about our spending habits.
Debt can come in many forms. Credit cards, student loans, and medical costs are some of the most common. Despite its reputation, debt isn’t inherently bad either.
The Barefoot Investor is a financial guide followed by thousands of people around the world. Find out how to structure this unique system in PocketSmith!
If you’re looking for a celebrated financial plan to help you take control of your money, we encourage you to read this post, watch videos and to get a copy of the book.
Keeping a budget is a bit like owning a pet tiger. It can be beautiful, powerful and hungry, but it needs love and care to thrive. While a budget is a key part of personal finance, it can be difficult to maintain, so here are some tips on how to stick to your budget like a pro.
Calculating your personal net worth means knowing your exact financial position. It gives you a simple strategy for managing your money, and a confident answer to the age-old question, “How much money do you have?”
With the cost of living rising, financial stress can easily take hold. Especially as we all feel the force of rising inflation reducing our effective take-home pay, managing your financial life is becoming more important than ever. Learn how to manage your money with PocketSmith.
Over the last 10 years, we’ve learnt a thing or two about financial advice. Our best advice, when it comes to finances, is that there isn't one solution that suits everyone. There’s no magic cookie cutter solution. Financial advice isn't a one-size-fits-all glove. It depends on who you are, and what your situation is.