It’s 2018! In fact we are already almost a month in, so - New year’s resolutions? Yeah, they are likely already amended or broken altogether, but here are three things you should resolve to do this year with respect to your finances.
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Some people do their own taxes, some people manage their own investments, and some people don’t know where to find their bank balance. There are countless resources available online that will help you get smarter and savvier with your money. Here are 3 online resources that are user-friendly, informative, and that can be trusted to give you honest and helpful information.
We’ve all heard from a neighbour, friend or colleague after they’ve made an impressive investment. Proudly boasting about a recent purchase of Shopify, gold bullion, or maybe Tesla, ably raking in double-digit returns. When asked about their impressive foresight, the response is often dismissive “I just knew it was a good buy” - obviously referencing their super-power investment sense. Or they provide, in perfect hindsight, a suspiciously-specific record of all that is now known to have driven the investment’s past success. It’s Nostradamus-like really.