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Khulekani Christian Jun 29
10 habits to get you out of debt Make a list of your debts Set goals to pay off your debts Set up a budget Reduce your expenses Pay off the smallest debt first Start a side hustle Pay extra towards your debts Stay positive Get out of debts Avoid new debts
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Kamogelo 10h
Roll call...it's the 2nd day of the month. Which ones did you manage to top up? 1. TFSA 2. EF 3. Savings challenge 4. Stocks/ETF 5. Other (specify)
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Small Steps To Freedom Jun 30
Examples of cashflow investment income: 1. Rental income from investment property. 2. Divided income from owning dividend paying stocks. Cashflow is also a good indicator for future, potential growth.
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Khulekani Christian Jun 26
How to increase your net worth: Spend less than you earn Pay off debts Spend less than you earn Build an emergency fund Spend less than you earn Start a side hustle Spend less than you earn Increase your savings Spend less than you earn Invest the surplus
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Ess Jun 28
Financial health is a form of self-care.
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MsGemini 3h
My July pick! As I flip the pages.....
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Small Steps To Freedom Jun 29
Getting out of debt is not just about paying it off, its about confronting the human behind it all and being honest about why you are in debt.
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Small Steps To Freedom Jul 1
"Investing is like planting a tree, you will only enjoy the shade years later."
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Small Steps To Freedom Jul 1
I was watching an episode of extreme cheapskates and this family bathes in the same water to save on their water bill (yep. the same water.) What are extreme things you have done to save money?
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Small Steps To Freedom Jun 27
“Money may not buy happiness, but I'd rather cry in a Jaguar than on a bus.” Françoise Sagan
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Small Steps To Freedom 11h
"The more you know, the more you realise you don't know, the less you know, the more you think you know" Dan Lok Good morning ☕️
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Small Steps To Freedom Jun 24
When you start paying attention to your money, you start thinking of ways to increase your income, ways to save faster, pay off debt faster and invest more and in smarter ways. You start seeing money for what it really is. A tool.
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Small Steps To Freedom Jun 30
How much student debt did you graduate with?
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Khulekani Christian Jun 29
⚠️⚠️ THREAD ALERT ⚠️⚠️ Before you start investing, you need to build an investment strategy. Before you build an investment strategy, you need to create a financial plan. Familiarize yourself with the what, when and how of setting up a financial plan. 1/5
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Small Steps To Freedom 12m
Don't leave your financial future solely in the hands of a financial advisor, you need to be actively engaged and know exactly what is happening with your finances.
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Pinky Sithole Jun 23
Fam, it’s pay week for most of us. If you are not saving between 10-15% of your salary please put 10% of your salary in a savings account as soon as it hits your bank account. Forget about that money. Live the rest of the month on what’s left.
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Small Steps To Freedom 4h
A dividend aristocrat is a company in the S&P500 that has increased divided payouts for 25 consecutive years or more. How long and how consistently a company has paid dividends to investors are some of the considerations to note when dividend investing.
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Small Steps To Freedom 2h
When it comes to insurance, what insurance should you get at what age?
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Small Steps To Freedom Jun 29
What makes successful people successful?
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Ess 6h
Getting into the habit of saving and investing should be considered as paying your future self first. It's a form of selfcare
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