2 09, 2016

21 Reasons Why You Need a Second Passport Now

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It is not as if you can pick where you get a passport to. If you could, then you would have a world of options at your fingertips. However, if you are able to get a second passport, some countries offer fine benefits to being a citizen. With a second passport, you have more freedom

22 05, 2016

Wealth Building: What You Should Be Teaching Your Kids

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Nassim Taleb, a philosopher and writer, said that it is easier to get a point across with stories. Maybe that is why religious texts are not technical instruction books, and maybe why some students struggle to understand concepts when they are presented with sterility in textbooks. Here are a few anecdotal stories about real people

21 05, 2016
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Beginner’s Guide to Stock Market Investing

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There is no such thing as a get-rich-quick scheme unless you are willing to do something illegal. The stock market is not going to make you rich. It is true that some people become rich because of the stock market, but they are usually people who already have hundreds of thousands to invest. It is

21 01, 2016
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How You Should Be Investing In Income Shares If You Want To Earn More Money

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People buy income shares so they may be paid money via dividends. Very rich people are able to live from dividends alone whilst keeping the bulk of their money locked away safely in shares. Income shares are not usually very big growers. If you are looking to invest in shares that will grow, then check

15 12, 2015
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How You Should Be Investing In Growth Shares If You Want To Build Wealth

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You can invest in shares, you can invest for income where you buy shares and they pay you dividends. If you want to save your money without letting inflation eat away at it, then invest in larger and more established companies that have more expensive shares (large caps/blue chips). If you want to invest so