Private Finance for Inexperienced persons (Learn how to Save, Compound Curiosity, Inflation…)

Private Finance for Inexperienced persons (Learn how to Save, Compound Curiosity, Inflation…)
Personal Finance for Beginners (How to Save, Compound Interest, Inflation...)

Disclaimer: This isn’t monetary recommendation.

TIMESTAMPS:
00:00 – How I Acquired into Private finance
02:46 – Accountable Budgeting
05:49 – How Curiosity Works
08:37 – Official & Actual Inflation
10:26 – Taxes

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35 thoughts on “Private Finance for Inexperienced persons (Learn how to Save, Compound Curiosity, Inflation…)

  1. Yo people – thanks for joining me. Going to be posting fairly regularly since these videos are pretty quick to make, so hit subscribe for me if you're here for it. I'm really only fairly new to the world of personal finance & investing myself, so I want this channel to be like a journey we go on together, rather than me preaching at ya ✊🏻✌🏻. Also let me know what kind of videos you wanna see – I have about 5 already recorded sooo…

  2. 2000 pound a month net?! Wow!!! With that amount of money I would be able to save around 40% of it. The sad truth is that most people in this country are stuck with 1200 maybe 1500 pounds a month net.

  3. So good to this topic covered by a fellow UK. The Americans are ahead of us and so most of the information comes from there. The information is not here for us, because of the ongoing class system, this information is passed down through well to do families, this is why we are not taught this in school. I teach design and I try to tell my students to save their money to invest in appreciating assets not deprecating such as clothes trainers. So keep on doing what you are doing and spread the word.

  4. This seems like a good channel and enjoying the way you come across….however I will just say, 31k….most watching this will no doubt be min wage or just above like myself. Also 50% on essential living…its more like 75% at best with not leaving much else because of the bullshit rent prices in this country that for what ever reason are just getting higher!

  5. Tax NEEDS to be taught in schools*, fundamental principles of interest, etc and how it affects you would go along way to digging this country out of personal finance debt. Definitely worth doing and great work.

    caveat: I am old without kids so do not know if they've changed the curriculum since I was at school.

  6. The Global crisis has proven that one job is not enough to save you, and multiple income is a key to survive, its comes to the conclusion that investing and saving your money in the stocks market or something achievable is always a good step to secure the future and success

  7. Favourite YouTuber! Love your main channel and think this is great content too! Well done for being so down to earth and humble.

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  11. oxfam scandal was hilarious to me since i know prostitution is active in soho in the same place year after year.

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