The Richest Man in Babylon

By George S. Clason In 1926, George Clason began writing a series of informational pamphlets offering advice on financial matters. These pamphlets took the format of a series of parables set in ancient Babylon to illustrate the principles at hand. The pamphlets soon grew in popularity and were distributed by various banks and financial institutions. The Richest Man […]

Accounts Demystified

By Anthony Rice One thing I was sure of going into this project is that I would need at least a basic understanding of accounting principles. Whilst it might not be the most exciting of subjects, it is a valuable skill – not only to keep track of ‘the stash’ in a correct way (particularly […]

Trend Following with Michael Covel

As I get further into this project, I’m conscious that once I have a decent amount of money built up, I’ll need to use it to make money through investments rather than leave it languishing in a current account. With this in mind I have been trying to gain greater knowledge in regards to investments […]

Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant – Guide To Financial Freedom

By Robert T. Kiyosaki The follow-up to his highly successful first title ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad‘, Cashflow Quadrant introduces the idea of four main quadrants that each individual can operate in, as defined by how the person generates the majority of their income. This book follows on from the lessons taught in the first book, and while […]

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