I'm at a fork in the road with my career. What route do I take? Do I do what pays the bills but is not making me happy, or do I stick with it?
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Financial comfort is a concept that can mean all kinds of different things depending on your outlook. For some financial comfort might be owning a house, having no mortgage on that house, having a large pension fund or have a secure job. For others financial comfort could just mean having spare cash at the end of the month or finally achieving a long-term goal to be debt free. I was reading a new piece of study from Hitachi Personal Finance today though which suggests that there may be more factors involved in financial comfort than you might think. Let’s consider two aspects of the report to see if you agree with their overall findings.
It's that time of year for us to set goals in the Frugal Rules home. It's more of the same this year with focus on growing our business for the long run.
Many people set New Year’s resolutions. Yes, a New Year’s resolution can seem like a burden after the euphoria of the celebration has passed. However, there is something about setting a goal for the year, and doing what it takes to accomplish it.
The price of petrol is something which causes a headache for many of us these days. Whether you travel a lot or just drive a little, you are sure to want to find a way to cut down on the amount you spend on this stuff. The following are some of the best ways to save money on petrol smartly.