Finance in the Family

  I’m writing today about a topic that is the source of a lot of problems, and that is finance between relatives and friends. When someone wants to buy something or is in financial need, the first reaction is to borrow it from their immediate relatives or friends. Another, perhaps even more serious case, is […]

Credit and savings?

Now that you can get a flat-rate mortgage for up to 10 years at a reasonably high salary at up to 3.02% per annum, or at a lower interest rate for a shorter interest period, the question is often whether you would not be better off pay off the outstanding loan even if you have […]