I’m loyal to those who are important to me. Generally, that’s family, friends, staff and clients. Those who deserve it, or have earned it. When it comes to big corporations, … Read More Don’t go broke trying to save
Sometimes, saving is easy. Other times, some effort is required. Occasionally, you need to have a little fight. Mrs DebtMan announced a year ago that by driving an extra … Read More How to save $100 a week fast!
Been thinking about a self-managed super fund? Listen to your gut. What’s it telling you? If you’ve been researching SMSF … and you think you’ve got the requirements covered … Read More Considering starting a SMSF? Then read this first.
Pick winners. Punt big. Celebrate hard. Shout lots of drinks when you win, so everyone knows you’re the bomb! That’s the dream. The reality can be a nightmare when you’re … Read More Melbourne Cup betting form guide … stick to real investments.
I’m tired. Of listening to codswallop. I’m bored of listening to people trying to stand out by predicting the future. I have, simply, read too many forecasts, too many predictions. … Read More Don’t react to big tips, up or down
Property investors are getting belted. U-huh, I know what that means. Property prices are on the march, aren’t they? The anti-investor screams are no longer like the distant roar … Read More Property winners outnumber losers
When the house-buying lightning bolt struck me, Mrs DebtMan wasn’t ready. “No! You can’t buy a home until WE can buy a home,” she said. We weren’t married. We … Read More Save, sacrifice and strategise to buy your first home
Do your belts up a little tighter readers, or I might just shock the pants off you. Gen Xers need to do both. Shock! Horror! Neither is hands-down better than … Read More Is it better to add to your super or start a sharemarket portfolio?
A time machine, no question. And if it looked like Marty McFly’s DeLorean, awesome! I really just need to get a few hours into the future. Find out the … Read More What is the best form of investment for your generation?
One of the many labels you could plonk on my parents is “hippies”. It’s not just their home-grown organic food, the solar-powered house, or their constant rewatching of British 70s … Read More Heed the hippy money lesson