Life insurance. As with all insurance, the question becomes: how much do you need? Economists and statisticians can put a price on human life, but most people I know generally don’t tend to do so. And as long as you can afford the premiums, you can find some policies that will allow you to insure … Show Me More!
Very early on in my working life, a colleague and I had a conversation about life insurance. She was totally against the prospect, saying that she would never want to profit from the death of her husband. She had a moral objection to the idea. I see life insurance as a safety net. No amount … Show Me More!
This is not the post I had scheduled, but I need to draw on the collective wisdom of the PF blogosphere. Is workplace loyalty an outdated concept? A Short History 18 months ago, I left my job for the one I’m now in. My previous job was part-time, 5 minutes from home, and reasonably paid … Show Me More!
After our expensive year in 2016, we set ourselves a goal to reduce our spending by 10% in 2017. We want to do this because it has a double effect. Firstly, it frees up more money to invest for our future. Secondly, if we can live on less, then it brings that future much closer. … Show Me More!