Keeping your finances in shape

During inflationary times, it’s important to keep your personal finances in balance.

Monday, October 10th is World Mental Health Day. According to the World Health Organisation, about one-in-eight people suffer from impaired mental health.

There can be many reasons mental health can be impacted. One of those is financial stress.

According to research conducted by the US firm MetLife, financial stress can cause a series of health-related problems, including migraines, ulcers and depression.

Protecting your household finances from inflation.

Inflation is the measure of the rising cost of goods and services over a given period of time. But its dramatic arrival globally over the past months means that many people may be caught out by how sharp the rate of inflation is. The massive increase in the cost of electricity, petrol and food poses a financial challenge for everyone.

Why talk of inflation matters to your money

Over the course of the last 12 months or so, there has been an increasing amount of discussion on the possibility of inflation taking off or rising significantly from where it is today.