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Financial bully in the relationship: Signs and ways to deal with it
Updated on: 1st Aug, 2018

The Harris Interactive and Credit Karma conducted a survey among 1,036 adults in America regarding financial bully. As per the report, 1 in 10 adults, who are in a committed relationship, have financially bully partner. The report also revealed that financial bully is more prevalent in young ...

Back-to-school shoppers are all set to spend $82.8 billion
Updated on: 23rd Jul, 2018

The second biggest shopping season of the year has arrived. According to Forbes, back-to-school shoppers will spend $75.8 billion this year. But as per the new survey of the National Retail Foundation, shoppers are expected to spend $82.8 billion in 2018. This figure is almost as high as the previou...

How good and relevant can BAR Loans be for you?
Updated on: 6th Mar, 2018

Bar loans are becoming a common tool for the law school students, to complete their degree successfully, and get their place in the State Bar Association!Bar examinations are costly, which might even touch $1000 depending on the state, and are also tough to crack. You need to study very hard, with e...

8 Retirement tips you should have for the year 2018
Updated on: 18th Jan, 2018

New year is the new beginning; this is the time when you should revisit your last year's checklist to find out the mistakes that you made and to-dos on which you should work on. Well, the first month of the year is the busiest month because you have to sort out some important tasks like getting prep...

How saving money brings happiness in your life!
Updated on: 11th Jan, 2018

A very critical situation one faces in life is how much to save and how much to spend (including debt payments)! But there’s actually no definite answer to that question!I can never tell you how much you should save. Seriously, the more you save, the better!Money is one of the most important compo...

9 Financial mistakes you should leave behind in 2017
Updated on: 26th Dec, 2017

December is the month when you finish all financial tasks and move forward to the next year with new financial plans and goals. For example, this is the ultimate time when you should complete making charitable donations if you wish to get a tax deduction. Paul Tramontozzi, a financial planner...

15 Tips to save money on Christmas and stay away from debt
Updated on: 12th Dec, 2017

You forget all the fun and lovely moments you had in Christmas the day you receive a long bill from your creditors. It’s the wake-up moment for you. Your creditors have given you money to enjoy good food, clothes, gadgets, music, etc. in the festive time. Now it’s payback time. If you have mo...

10 Awesome tricks to save more and celebrate winter
Updated on: 7th Dec, 2017

“Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, For the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire; It’s the time for home” - Edith Sitwell You know winter has arrived when the endless ads of sweaters, gloves, scarves, etc. appear in TV commercials. The heavenl...

2017 Year-end personal finance checklist to become financially organised
Updated on: 5th Dec, 2017

"Year-End Personal Finance Checklist" - the signature financial topic, which you come across every year. Most of us either ignore the checklist or don’t like to consider it. But, year-end is the ideal time to review your financial health. So, instead of getting overindulged in the shopping, Ch...

Should you incur debt for having a baby through in vitro or adoption?
Updated on: 23rd Nov, 2017

Many parents, who don't get their biological child, often consider the fertility treatment or adoption. Both the options are expensive. Some parents drop the plan of having a baby due to the higher cost associated with in vitro fertilization or adoption. Most of the cases, parents take out a l...

Last Updated on: 16 Apr 2018