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Is Money Ever Enough?

Is Money Ever Enough?

Since when did money need ‘managing’?

If it’s that simple; how do we end up complicating things? Take the case of our money. We open bank accounts willy-nilly, and soon discover we have so many that we are confused which bank account has what. Does that sound familiar? As does the fact that we love stashing away small amounts of money here and there and big lumps of money everywhere. The relationship managers at banks are only too good at scenting these bits and soon – this might sound very familiar – there will be further bits in mutual funds, a small lump as gold, a big brown cover with bonds, another brown envelope filled with fixed deposits, recurring deposits, receipts and so on.

Banks!

Banks!

This is the point when it gets insane. You wake up one day and start getting reminders for premiums from your banks. Then you start getting reminders for your reminders. You can’t figure out which bit is where and you spend the next few nights trying to track all this online. You log on and discover that you have Continue reading “Is Money Ever Enough?” »