Budgeting: The First Step to Retirement

Budgeting: The First Step to Retirement

Everyone knows that you should start investing early. We’ve seen the advertisements for it, we’ve had everyone around us talk about it. But where does the money to invest come from? For most of us, the bulk of this money comes from our salaries from our daily jobs....
Finance Terms Made Simple!

Finance Terms Made Simple!

Finance is complicated for one reason: so that people outside of the industry don’t think that they can do it 🤣 In all seriousness, with our powerful brains and infinite creativity, we’ve created so many assets and methods in finance that it’s almost impossible to...
How To Ace That Job Interview – By Lee McKing

How To Ace That Job Interview – By Lee McKing

You’ve gotten the interview, now what? We’ve talked about how to get your foot into the door here but that’s just the first part. After you’ve caught their attention through your resume, it’s time to ace that job interview and land that...
Crafting the Perfect Resume with Kalpha

Crafting the Perfect Resume with Kalpha

Crafting the perfect resume is tough, you want to include all relevant experiences, education, skills, knowledge etc. but you’ve also heard that employers don’t read long resumes. How then, should you approach writing a good resume? Filling in your Kalpha profile and...
The New Way to Get Rich: Digital Marketing

The New Way to Get Rich: Digital Marketing

Just kidding, but digital marketing is becoming one of the most sought-after jobs in the age of increasing digitization. With every app, website, and company seeking out ways to reach consumers online and/or spread brand awareness, digital marketing is one of those...
Compound Interest: The simplest way to get rich

Compound Interest: The simplest way to get rich

The financial sector is one that has garnered much occupational prestige over the last few decades. While it has and can be argued that much of this prestige is misattributed, it remains one of the most difficult industries to enter and its products seem unnecessarily...
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