Tag Archives: Money Management

Learning Finance through Play: A Review of Mortgage Calculator’s Educational Games

Finance can be quite challenging for children (and adults) to learn and master. But we all know that games make learning fun and interactive. For example – games to learn a new language are extremely effective. The same holds true for finance, and money games at Mortgage Calculator do just that – make learning fun.. [Read More]

Balancing Health and Wealth: My Steps Towards Fitness and Financial Freedom

Balancing Health and Wealth

Life requires balance, and I’ve found the key to its fulfillment lies in managing two crucial areas – health and wealth. Today, I am happy to share my journey toward fitness and financial independence: an adventure filled with obstacles, learnings, and success! Starting Point: An Alarm Clock My journey began with an awakening: when I.. [Read More]

Starting Fresh: Post-Divorce Budgeting Essentials

Starting Fresh: Post-Divorce Budgeting Essentials

The decision to separate from one’s spouse is never easy. It’s natural for both parties to experience some levels of emotional turmoil. A total of 689,308 divorces took place across 45 US states in 2021(the remaining five do not report these statistics). This means double the number of people have had to figure out how.. [Read More]

6 Online Gambling Tips You Need to Know

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The global online gambling market was valued at $63.53 billion and is to grow at a rate of 11.7%. Do you want to start gambling online but are doubtful about how to make it profitable? There are several gambling tips to encounter in Internet gambling. Yet, you may win large amounts of money legally and securely if you.. [Read More]

Eliminating Debt in Canada – An Expert Weighs in on How You Can Become Debt Free

An Expert Weighs in on How You Can Become Debt Free

Authored by Athena Nagel Eliminating debt can be a daunting task, but it’s crucial to your financial well-being. If you’re struggling with debt in Canada, you’re not alone. According to a recent study, the average Canadian has over $20,000 in non-mortgage debt. Ed Rempel, a fee-for-service financial advisor, has provided individual financial plans for thousands.. [Read More]

Young Professionals: How To Manage Your Money

Whatever your chosen career path, you should manage your money responsibly, and the sooner you start planning for your retirement, the better. You might be in your mid-twenties and thinking you have 20 years before you need to make plans for your retirement years, yet setting financial goals early in your career gives you some.. [Read More]