Ever heard of the Life Cycle Theory of Financial Management? It’s something I’ve covered in the Independent Mum’s Handbook, which I’m proud to say is now available from Amazon and other leading booksellers. Here’s an excerpt: “The Life Cycle Theory is a well-known economic theory created by Franco Modigliani and his student Richard Brumberg inContinue reading “The life cycle”
We are now on the third and final post on the basics of finance. In this post, we will look at credit and the types of credit. First, we will find out what credit is, then, I will introduce you to the credit score and the report and finally, we will look at different types of credit.
Hello and welcome to part 2 of this 3 part blog series on the basics of finance. This post is all about key financial instruments. We will cover, liquid assets and transactions; various savings accounts, stocks and shares, and bonds. So, let’s start at the beginning …
There are many reasons why someone may want to progress onto higher education. Some want to fulfil a lifelong dream, others want to increase their income or study a subject in depth. As a child, I always wanted to be a child psychologist. I always imagined myself with a clinic on Notting Hill. As anContinue reading “Thinking about Higher Education?”