Earning money is not easy or enough if you want to enjoy financial freedom and live a secure life. That’s why Here in today’s Finance Buddha blog we have mentioned some of the old school money management tips that you should learn from your parents.
Financial success doesn’t come overnight. It needs proper planning, timely execution of plans, monitoring and the most important one correct knowledge and strategy. we are here with tips to manage your finances in your 30s and 40s which can give you a wonderful financial future ahead.
Being “Rich” Did you grow up rich? If not, you can’t become rich overnight by accident or luck. Accumulating wealth & becoming rich requires hard work, dedication, passion and most importantly it needs a certain set of habits & maintaining… Continue Reading →
Financial Planning Financial planning is a must and most of us try to plan our finances for a happy and worry-free future. Well, are you among those who are planning and yet not able to receive your financial goals. This… Continue Reading →
Willing to quit your Nine-to-Five routine job? Several people want to quit their shift job, either to enjoy things in life which they have always wanted to do, or to start their own enterprise. Choices such as a long vacation… Continue Reading →
Marriage is not only sharing the home! In all form of marriage, the couple promises to share happiness, sorrows, and responsibilities. But sharing financial life is always left behind and no one talks about it. Sharing finances between couples is… Continue Reading →
There are a number of professionals who are ready to ditch their current job every month. This can happen due to many issues such as toxicity in the work environment, office politics, lousy management, overwork and pressure, stress and many… Continue Reading →
Rs. 1 crore may seem to be a quite big amount when you are still new to your earning life. Indeed the amount of Rs.1 crore is considered to be a big amount for almost all average earning people. Accumulating… Continue Reading →
Savings accounts are the most common kind of bank account. Almost all Indians have a saving in one or another bank. This kind of bank account is a deposit account where you can save your money for a modest interest… Continue Reading →