Introduction: Liquidity

Most people know that water is liquid if it has a temperature between 0°C and 100°C. But wait! What does that have to do with money?

It' s quite simple: Just like water, money prefers to be liquid. When money flows without problems, we call that "liquidity". Good liquidity means, for example, that you always have enough money to pay bills or unexpected expenses without problems.

To avoid money problems, you obviously need a good overview of your own money. To do this, you should of course know what you regularly spend money on, how much you save and how much you have put aside. In this way, you make a plan that ensures that your money can always flow smoothly. With good liquidity, you make your own life easier. We'll give you the basic knowledge and some tools to help you plan your financial future.