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Even as you make investment plans for the future, don’t forget to invest properly in your best asset: You. As you prepare for the future, you know that you need to invest. Investing is one of the best ways to build wealth since it’s all about putting your money to work for you and taking advantage of the power of compounding returns. You need to create an investment plan that works for you and allows […]

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How to get $8 Instantly with Up Bank and Enjoy Fee-Free Banking Up is a fee-free online-only banking option that has been around for a few years now. I’ve used them in Australia and overseas. Here is my experience plus a bonus for you. Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links to products and services … The post Is Up Bank Any Good? Review of Up Bank + $8 Bonus Instantly appeared first on The […]

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Oh, we were so excited (and scared) when we found out Mrs Frugal is pregnant with Frugal Jnr. As a planned baby, we upgraded our medical aid in advance, to make sure we’ll get good coverage for the gynaecologist, scans, hospital requirements and even a c-section, if required. We did everything according to the medical aid rules: we went to a network hospital, visited the gynae at the required times and paid the hospital fee […]

I was talking to my friend Jen recently when she asked a fantastic question. It was posed to her about a year ago. Here is how it went down: Jen had just retired and was on a trip down to Oaxaca to celebrate. On the plane, she sat next to her friend Sean. Jen was […] The post Ask The Readers: What If You Couldn’t Make Money? appeared first on 1500 Days to Freedom.

Welcome back! How have you been? We’re three weeks into 2023. It went by in a flash, didn’t it? How much closer are you to making your dreams a reality? Hey! If you haven’t been able to do what you want, then cut yourself some slack. I know it’s not always easy to do what you want when you need to take care of the day-to-day of living. There’s laundry to be done. A commute […]

Someone linked to this piece that explains how since the beginning of the internet, companies and platforms just want us to Stop Talking To Each Other and Start Buying Things. Also, is it just me or is Google getting less useful/good lately? A quick Google says other people have complained, but there is a theory that actually the internet itself is just worse. But just as AOL was nearly equivalent to “the internet” back in […]

Apple Bank CD rates are very competitive. How much interest you can earn depends on the term lengths and deposits. One thing for sure is that the longer the term, the more money you’ll make over time. For example a 15-month Apple Bank CD rate is at 4.25% APY. Of note, if you’re looking to earn more money on your investment, it might make sense to consider working with a financial advisor. See the best Apple […]

I had my eyes corrected with lasik eye surgery in 2022, and I still maintain that it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made in my life. If you’re considering lasik surgery, you probably have several thoughts and emotions swirling – “Is it safe?” “Does lasik permanently fix eyes?” “Is lasik surgery worth … Lasik Eye Surgery in 2023: The Ultimate Guide of Risks & Benefits Read More » The post Lasik Eye […]

Building a portfolio An opportunistic investment process This post is about the use of watchlists. I expect almost all readers will know about watchlists. For those who don’t, I have added a short explainer below at the end of this post. To set the scene, let me quote from an interview with Aswath Damodaran on The Millennial Investing Podcast. He teaches corporate finance and valuation at the Stern School of Business at New York University. […]

The stock market outlook continues with an uptrend, with 2 of 3 signals showing bullish price action.