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Financial Horror Stories: Need to Learn From Mistakes

The Halloween 2018 is just a few days away we have prepared ourselves to scare others and to get scared. During the Halloween, people believe that the walls between worlds become thin and spirits could pass through into our realm…. Continue Reading →

7 Solid Steps to Achieve Financial Independence

Financial independence is the dream by almost all working class people around the globe. The term ‘Financial Independence’ refers to a stage when you are out of the worries to pay off your utility bills or bear the living expenses… Continue Reading →

Top 7 Money Pitfalls One Should Avoid When You are Single

Being single gives you an enormous freedom to spend on the things you always wanted to. The end of the long battle searching for a job is certain to provide you with a regular source of income. A regular cash… Continue Reading →

Money Management Tips to Survive in a Metro City

Life in a metro is full of excitements. Here we work hard at day and party harder at nights. The day and night have no difference here as we the city dwellers are active round the clock. Life is full… Continue Reading →

Top 5 Ways to Manage Money Without Regular Income

Not every person in this world likes to have a day job where they would be stuck in their cubicles from 10 am to 6 pm. The way of earning a livelihood may vary from person to person. Some persons… Continue Reading →

Top 4 Investment Tips for Women to Start Their Financial Journey

Women are the strongest part of any family and have a better finance management skill. No one can deny the fact that women have better savings skill than men. Whether a lady is hitched or not but It’s essential that… Continue Reading →

Financial Habits of Parents Which Impacts Child’s Financial Future

Parental influence is the most powerful for any child. They gradually learn and get the habits of their parents. As children, they naturally look up to their parents and aspire to emulate them. You can observe this in their behavior…. Continue Reading →

13 Tricks to Start Saving at 20 to Retire at 38

‘Do you work to live or you live to work?’ Before you read the article below, I urge all the readers to take a few seconds to find the answer and then go through the write-up. In this society of… Continue Reading →

Money Lessons To Teach Your Teens

All parents send their children to schools or colleges just to make themselves prepared not only for the survival but also to excel in every field of their life. When we the parents and teachers teach them various lessons like… Continue Reading →

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