Managing your monthly income can be a difficult task. There are so many expenses and bills to pay.
But you have to allocate a certain amount of money to put into savings so that you can start to build a nest egg.
Having savings in the bank gives you financial security. And importantly, it means you can let compounding work.
Let's take a closer look…
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Investing with a long-term horizon has many benefits. By buying quality shares that pay dividends, you can stick them away and almost forget about them.
This is because your investments will benefit from compounding. It's a powerful way to build your wealth. It even works with your savings.
So what is compounding?
Read on to find out…
The ins and outs of compounding
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Albert Einstein called compounding the eighth wonder of the world. What is compounding and why is it so powerful? Read on to uncover the power of compounding...
Compounding referred to as "the most powerful force in the universe," "the royal road to riches" and "the greatest mathematical discovery in human history," Tom Dyson explains in The Palm Street Letter.
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