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Greek Tragedy: Important Personal Finance Lessons To Be Learned From The Greek Debt Crisis

1st August 2015 . 15 Comments
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Greek tragedy was a popular form of drama performed in theaters across ancient Greece. These plays were usually commissioned for competition during religious and other types of festivals, and many were re-performed and copied into scripts for ‘mass’ publication. Although each differed slightly, the plays had similar themes – a dramatic setting that deals with […]


Will You Break The Law, Just To Be Financially Free?

4th April 2015 . 12 Comments
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Northcote Parkinson termed the phrase Parkinson’s Law in the 1950’s. The law states that “as the supply of a resource increases, so does the demand for that resource”. Here are some common examples: Your computer’s data will expand to fill exactly the amount of storage it has available. The amount of time you have to […]


Infographic: How To Destroy Holiday Credit Card Debt

13th December 2014 . 16 Comments
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Americans plan to spend more on gifts this Christmas than in any holiday season in the past five years, according to a CNBC All-America Economic Survey.  The average American plans to spend $765 this year, up 12 percent versus last year, and about 6.5 percent higher than the average across the survey’s nine-year history. Unfortunately, […]