My wife’s illness carried that devastating potential to wipe out everything we had saved up and worked hard for in years. Critical illness was indeed a serious health matter that required huge financial obligation.
My husband and I are aware that we started a bit late on our financial journey, but we are not about to waste our time wallowing in self-pity and drowning ourselves in emotional what-could-have-beens.
Your quest to achieve your financial goal is a big step in the right direction, and that should be backed up with consistent behavior. Mr. No Nonsense Personal Finance Randell Tiongson shares some tips.
Rising from the rubbles of war to overcoming the challenges of economic difficulties, we find ourselves once again on the cusp of greatness. For a nation about to take off, how prepared are we to ride its momentum and reap its benefits?
The thing is, there are times when it is not us who are burdened by the expenses but our loved ones.
Fifty is still a relatively young age and there are many things to look forward to in the future. However, 50 is also a good time to do a good review of what you should be doing so that you can enjoy your coming senior years.
There’s more to getting to know someone romantically than the wallet can foresee.
Maybe someday man will be able to figure out where the fountain of youth lies, but until then we are left to seek out elixirs on our own. Luckily, the clichés that we have been told about for years regarding exercise and eating the right foods are actually true, and can help in maintaining our