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Towards a Healthier Financial Future

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← Curating the web to find the most interesting and helpful information about your money.

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Did you know?

The Bank of England issued a £1,000,000 note in 1948 as a temporary measure during the Marshall Plan's postwar rebuilding. This remains the largest banknote ever issued by the Bank of England.

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Word of the week

Credit Limit

The most you can spend with your credit card is determined by your credit limit. When you first receive a credit card, the issuer sets your limit. You can request a decrease or increase.

What Is a Credit Limit? How It's Determined and How to Increase It →

Quote of the week

"You can make money two ways — make more, or spend less."

- John Hope Bryant

Infographic of the week

How Long Does it Take to Double Your Money?

At first glance, a 7% return on your investment may not seem that impressive. Yet what if you heard that your money could double in roughly 10 years?

How Long Does it Take to Double Your Money? Why it Pays to Know the Math →

Investing

Four generations talk about their different investment strategies

Fast Company spoke with people from four different generations (Gen Z, millennial, Gen X, and baby boomer) to understand their investing strategies.

Learn from Gen Z, Gen X, and the millennial and baby boom generation →

Fun stuff

"Money changes everything Money, money changes everything We think we know what we're doin' That don't mean a thing It's all in the past now Money changes everything"

Which artist is #1 on our Neontrack playlist this week?

Music About Money →

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