Articles of the Week #3

From now on, there are three featured articles each week. 🙂

The-Twenty-Per-Cent

I am a financial journalist by day and wanted to use the knowledge I’ve learnt to help empower young people to take control of their finances and reach their financial goals.

Summary of the featured article ‘Five tips for investing during a recession’

My article details my top tips for investing in a recession, something which is particularly relevant given the current situation.

The article



The Loaded Pig

As a couple in our mid-20s, we realized it was hard to find people around us that we could talk to about personal finance topics such as, challenges in buying a house or getting the most out of our budget. We were constantly looking online for answers and quickly realized that we were not alone. So after reaching one of our biggest financial goals, buying a house, we decided to start The Loaded Pig. We believe that every man and woman, no matter their age, has the power and ability to achieve their financial goals. That is why we strive to provide valuable information, while at the same time simplifying personal finance topics in order to empower individuals during this rewarding journey.

Summary of the featured article ‘These 8 Frugal Living Habits Allows Us To Spend More On What Matters’

You may be imagining clipping coupons and bargain hunting when you think of frugal living habits, but it’s much more than that. Frugal living means being mindful of how you spend your money with the goal of maximizing your enjoyment. Spend money on what you want and learn how to be frugal with your other expenses. It will take some effort, but it’s worth it. Find out how our frugal living habits help us get more out of our money.

The article



Dollartrak

Dollartrak is motivated by providing the tools and information to enable everyone to meet their financial goals.

Summary of the featured article ‘Why Depreciating Assets Wreck Your Finances’

A key to financial success is to understand the opportunity cost of your spending. Spending on material goods always carries opportunity cost, let’s dive and see just how much this ends up costing you in the long term.

The article



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