I know many people who suffer from the “Sunday scaries.” Once Sunday night comes around, they begin feeling anxious at the thought of going back to work on Monday. The worst part of this dynamic is people are resigned to what they believe is their fate. I see this happeningRead More →

Performance Marketing 360: Harris “It feels like we’re at a tipping point when performance marketing comes of age.” It was quite a claim by GoCompare’s chief marketing officer Zoe Harris, who was chair of Campaign’s inaugural Performance Marketing 360 conference in Brighton yesterday. She would know, given that her brand is oneRead More →

If one starts saving tax early on in the financial year, one can avoid missing such opportunities.(Shutterstock) It’s a common phrase to hear that we are creatures of habit and this is true if you analyse your life — you wake up, brush your teeth, catch a cup of coffee,Read More →

No matter who you are, how old you are, and what your income is, you must absolutely have health insurance. It’s almost the end of the financial year. Therefore, it’s also time to finish buying your tax-saving investments in order to secure your deductions under various sections of the IncomeRead More →

I don’t often look back over my life with regret because I believe everything that happens does so for a reason. As unpleasant or confusing as it may be in the moment, time has a way of shedding clarity on the most challenging of experiences. That’s also true for myRead More →

Miami:  A decade ago, as the financial crisis raged in the United States, Jesus Rodriguez told his kids a fib: he was selling the family furniture because they were moving to Disney World. The truth was Rodriguez was desperate for money, having lost his home as did hundreds of thousandsRead More →