Have you been saving 20% of your earnings every month to go toward your future investments and retirement? Like most of us, probably not… And also like most of us, you KNOW that you need to invest more. But how?
Using theories of behavioural finance, in today’s episode I offer some practical tools that you can use to save for tomorrow, tomorrow.
- [04.04] The minimum you should be saving
- [05.56] Behavioural finance
Related posts and episodes
- The little known secret to living now AND saving for the future
- How much should you have saved by now?
- The powerful insight of your bank statement and calendar
- Do you deserve to retire well?
Say ‘YES’ to financial freedom!
Sign up to my end of year Stress-Free Money Management course HERE.
Get the first two chapters of my book FREE!
You can get the first two chapters of my book free HERE
Get my book
- If you want a paperback copy and you’re in South Africa, visit my site www.LisaLinfield.com
- If you want a Kindle copy or a paperback anywhere in the world, visit Amazon
“I dream to change the landscape of poverty through financial education.” – Lisa Linfield
“Over the long term, the best way to make up a retirement shortfall is this technique: Saving for tomorrow tomorrow.” – Lisa Linfield
“That problem of growing expenses gives you a double whammy – because you grow your expenses, you actually need to invest more to retire.” – Lisa Linfield