There’s no question that being at the bottom of the personal finance hierarchy (i.e. having too little money) is hard – financially, emotionally and even physically. The author of today’s article, however, shines a light on a less-considered plight: the difficulties associated with being at the top of the personal finance hierarchy, or the “hidden costs associated with being wealthy”. He advocates striving for what he calls “The Goldilocks Zone of Personal Finance”. What is this zone – and why might the amount be less than you think? CLICK HERE.
Whether you’re looking for something to help you with budgeting and expense tracking, staying on top of bills, or managing your investments, there are a plethora of personal finance apps available to choose from. Which of them might be particularly useful? Today’s article highlights seven personal finance apps that the author assesses to be among the very best. For more on these seven apps – including an app that has been singled out as the “best app for tracking expenses” – CLICK HERE.