How I learned to adjust my strategy and found that a path to a goal shouldn’t be static.
How your hobby or craft making can earn you extra money in Ireland
Isolation has changed our consumer mindset but will it stick?
How to cope in these rough financial waters
Quick guide on investing in the stock market in Ireland.
Decreasing your tax bill in Ireland is not easy, here is one way of doing it.
Planning for retirement, what you need to know and what you need to consider.
I discuss MrsSmartMoney’s 3 easy money management lessons that you can pass to your children.
A discussion about Government and Corporate bonds. Understanding the differences between Government and Corporate bonds.
How to determine savings rate. Walk through of my savings rate path.
We will look at how we should determine if we should put extra payments into our mortgage or invest the money instead.
Looking at ways to decrease our expenses in order to save more money.
Food is usually one of the biggest mandatory expenses, how do we decrease that bill?
Making extra income in Ireland, a few ideas.
Saving is hard, let’s make it easier.
A look at what it actually costs to run an investment property and possible profitability.
Some talking points from my interview with Playing With Fire
Passive investment is about investing without having to pick a winner. With passive investing, you don’t have to try to time the market.
Crowdsourcing system for property investing Property is used as collateral against the loan Loan is locked up for the term I have heard of Property Bridges before but never really looked into it until last weekend. I started reading through their website and I asked the meetup group members if Continue Reading
Why have an emergency fund? how much emergency fund do I need?
How to tackle unnecessary debt such as credit cards or car loan
A few tax efficient investments that can lower your tax debt in Ireland
A list of passive and extra income ideas that can be done in IRELAND.
How to save in a structured manner.
A logical view of whether to hold onto your current car or buyer a newer one.