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  • World Savings Day International Saving Day

    World Savings Day And What’s To It

    World Savings Day And What’s To It Traditionally, International Saving Day, what World Savings Day is called, too, takes place on October 31st each year. By now, in Germany and Austria it’s been anticipated to the last workday of the month, since in many federal states, 31st of October is Reformation Day, a national holiday. […]

  • Asset Building For Women - Asset Building With Little Money - Saving Money With Low Income

    Asset Building For Women

    Asset Building With Little Money Asset building for women is often tricky. That’s, because women are more likely to live in situations that won’t allow them to put money aside, let alone invest it. For a single mom with a part-time job and some alimony, asset building with little money is difficult. But: it’s not […]

  • Long-Term Financial Planning For Women

    Long-Term Financial Planning For Women

    Long-Term Financial Planning For Women Long-term financial planning for women is a cornerstone of private pension planning for women. And what’s more, a pillar of making your own dreams and wishes come true. Basically, it’s key to financial independence. Whether it’s the beach house you’ve always wanted, a relaxed retirement, ensuring your kids’ access to […]

  • What ETF Means, What It Is, What It Does, And More

    During the past couple of years, ETFs have become an interesting constant among private investment. But often, it is not quite clear, what ETF means, what it is, how ETF funds work, and why they’ve become so largely popular. This article is about to change the understanding of ETFs for you. What Are ETFs? A […]

  • How Your Children Learn Finances

    How Your Children Learn Finances Money is one of the things, among loads of others, that we, as human beings, need to learn step by step. At a young age, money, prices, income, and expenses are far too abstract for us to understand the larger scale of correlation and context. So it is up to […]

  • Retirement Planning And Investing As A Student

    In your early 20ies, when you start your college or university career, there are topics far sexier to consider than retirement planning. Especially, if you have little money to invest in the first place. And yet, early investments are the best basis yet to gain financial independence in the long run. This is important, in […]

  • Three Golden Rules For Successful Investment

    Three Golden Rules For Successful Investment Research and studies continue to show that women are better at saving. What started off as Granny’s money stocking, today rests on savings accounts and money market accounts. There’s just one problem to that: With an inflation rate of an average 1.9 percent (in 2018) and interest rates of nearly […]