Archives for February 2017

How to Draft a Watertight Contract

When you’re running a business, you need legal contracts as a fact of life. When you run a small business, especially when you’re starting out, it’s unlikely you’ll have access to an inhouse lawyer for every contract you need. You’ll be working by customising templates, or reworking contracts you’ve previously used. Here are a few […]

4 Industries that are Great for Second Careers

In todays’ economy, it is rare for someone to stay with the same company or even a select few companies for their entire career.  A generation ago it was not all that uncommon to for someone to get a job in their early twenties and work for that one company their entire career.  Those types […]

How Much Do You Need To Save To Become A Millionaire By Age 65?

I was sitting in my apartment, looking over my net worth figures and feeling hopeless when a thought occurred to me. I don’t need to make any massive savings or investing moves to get rich, I just had to save, and save and save. Just to provide some background on this I was looking at […]

Top 5 Personal Finance Books: What You Wouldn’t Expect

Some love watching sports, some love surfing, and others like a good steak dinner; my favorite thing to do is have my girlfriend read me personal finance books. Is that crazy? Perhaps, but it also may be genius. Regardless, reading personal finance books, has made me smarter, wealthier, and a better person. Today I’m going […]

Trading and Term Literacy, Are CFD and Forex Trades Good For Small Investors?

 Is Trading the Way to Riches? As an intro lets discuss whether trading stocks, futures, commodities, bonds etc. are in general a great way to become rick. The simple answer is no. Although it is true that some people have been able to make millions and even billions of dollars in the trading world, many […]