For the last month or so, as the stock market rally has faltered, and longer-term interest rates have increased by more than 50% since the start of the year, the concerns and whispers from the market over higher inflation have grown louder and louder. So what exactly is inflation? Why are people suddenly more worried…

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The first major step on the Family Finance Road Map to free yourself from credit cards and adding to your debt is to build an Emergency Fund. But where to keep that emergency fund is this week’s follower Ask Me Anything topic. Every day, I get lots of great questions from followers across social media,…

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If you have interest rate exposure – either through debt you pay interest on OR investments you earn interest from – you need to understand why interest rates change. You will learn what an interest rate is, what factors affect interest rates, how to read an interest rate yield curve, and more. Why Do Interest…

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