Posts by Adam Van Hagen


Adam Van Hagen

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Adam is a dedicated Sven and keen observer of the human condition. In his spare time, you may find him juggling in a park (most likely in a spot with ample shade). One day, he hopes to find the remaining 5 Dragon Balls or, at the very least, have a sandwich named after him.
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For FAQ’s sake – What you need to know about 22seven

We get lots of questions from excited customers wanting to know more about 22seven and how our tech wizardry works. Regardless of whether you’re a new or existing customer, here’re 10 questions that we get asked all the time that’ll give you the lowdown on how 22seven makes magic happen.  

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5 resources to help you master personal finance

Learning about money and personal finance can make all the difference to the success of your financial plans. Fortunately, you don’t need to get a degree in financial planning to become a master of personal finance.

Data security & privacy
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Security, privacy, and your peace of mind

22seven is an automated assistive technology that uses secure HTML data-aggregation technology to gather account information from different sources. What does this mean in plain English though, especially when it comes to security and privacy? 

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Better budgeting for beginners: Part 2

There’re many different budgeting methods out there. Which one you choose to use depends entirely on your particular financial needs and goals. There really is no ‘best’ way to budget, but our goal at 22seven is to help you budget better.

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Better budgeting for beginners: Part 1

So, you’ve signed up to 22seven, linked your accounts, and have your most recent transactions neatly categorised in the app. Now what? Well, now would be a good time to start budgeting. 

out of sight, out of mind
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When the future’s out of sight, saving for it is out of mind.

For 20somethings, the future is far away – chronologically and psychologically. But there are a few tricks that help make it more tangible, and saving more urgent.