Jade Mitchell didn’t consider herself the kind of person who’d find much value in a money management app. Until she started using a money management app.
In a previous post, we wrote about the idea of a gift economy. But there are places where it’s more than just an idea. At Afrikaburn, you can’t buy or sell anything, writes Kayleigh Davel.
Because who likes paying the bank more? Here’s how to bring your bank fees down, and a few things you may want to consider when you do.
Guest writer Rahla Xenopoulos believes we can’t – and shouldn’t – hide poverty from our kids. By acknowledging it, they’re more empowered to change it.
When most people think of saving money, they think it means frugality, thriftiness, cutting down on stuff. In short: less fun. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
It’s Mothers’ Day on Sunday, which got us to thinking: what did our moms teach us about money? And what do our kids learn about it from us? Guest writer Susan Hayden has some honest answers.
We asked some of our contributors to share their money stories, to reflect on their relationship with money and how they might want to #startover. These are some of the excerpts.
Play catch up with some of our highlights for the month.
Just in time for Freedom Day, 22seven customer Afika Soyamba tweeted that he was debt free. So we asked him how he did it.
Who hasn’t, just once, had that fleeting feeling (or desperate hope) of imminent instant billionairedom? Guest writer Deep Fried Man ponders the fantasy, and the reality.