Should I invest in shares? Should I buy an investment property? Both are right and wrong. Wealth accumulation is not so much about where you put your money but more about your attitude to and emotional relationship with money. Continue reading “5 Mistakes That Can Destroy Your Financial Independence”
In October 1980, I immigrated to Australia and it struck me that things were a little behind here compared to Canada where I grew up. In Canada, computerisation had already arrived in the banks. Here, tellers were still writing deposits and withdrawals by hand.
Fast forward to the 21st century. Cheques have virtually disappeared. While I have a personal debit card on a “Check” account, I have not seen or written a cheque in years. Virtually ever business transaction is done through direct bank transfer or BPay––quick and efficient. Continue reading “Australia: You’re More Efficient Than You Think”
I suspect in the days of Plato time seemed to move more slowly than today. When seven-year-olds tell you that the year has gone quickly, you know that time is speeding up. Most of us are probably wondering how it can be Christmas in five weeks when last Christmas seems like it was yesterday. Continue reading “Investing In Time”