Living Frugal? Is there any place for impulse purchase?
Updated on: 28th Feb, 2017

Many of us want to live a frugal life so that we can get more money to pay off our debts. It’s good if we’re making an effort to become debt free by being pennywise. But, if you’re making impulse expenses while still on a frugal diet, you must stop this habit immediately. It’ll further dama...

9 Ways to make your family financially and emotionally content in debt
Updated on: 23rd Feb, 2017

If numbers of debts pile up, then it's likely you're in super financial stress and anxiety. Your family will also be in stress because they continuously see your stressed face and agitated attitude. Long functioning financial stress leads to depression, hypertension, or arguments between you and you...

How can you build financial security for your family?
Updated on: 2nd Feb, 2017

Are you financially prepared for the emergencies? How can you keep your family financially safe for the unexpected distress like job loss or a family emergency? It is always tough to get your financial security in order but not impossible. Taking the proper steps can make the job easier and achie...

What to do if your co-tenant has left without paying his portion of rent
Updated on: 24th Jan, 2017

Scenario 1: After living 1 year peacefully, Stan Barker thought Gary (his roommate) is a financially responsible person. Time passed by, Stan cleared the payment and left the apartment as the lease had ended. After some time, he got a call from the landlord, who told, his roommate moved out without...

How Trump’s era can affect retirement policy
Updated on: 17th Jan, 2017

President-elect Donald Trump didn't say much regarding retirement policy during his presidential campaign. But as per the Donald Trump’s advisers, some changes will be made in the Obama administration’s financial reforms. The unexpected win would change the future of the economy, retirement po...

How the debit card has changed consumer habits in the last 10 years
Updated on: 17th Jan, 2017

The usage of debit cards has increased a lot in the past 10 years globally because of convenience and easy money management. 77% of consumers possess a debit card and 67% use it as a mode of payment in a month. Obviously, the popularity of credit cards is more since 82% consumers have a credit card ...

Tax planning: Hacks to save more money in 2017
Updated on: 5th Jan, 2017

The following ideas could really pay off in the months ahead. You should pat yourself on the back, if you’ve successfully taken advantage of all the tax breaks you’re entitled to. But, you can let the windfall stop there. It’s certain you’ve made some of smartest tax moves of the town, bu...

Is your new year's financial resolution missing something?
Updated on: 27th Dec, 2016

The tradition of New Year's resolutions dates all the way back to 153 B.C. Every year, as day one begins, we start making resolutions - for the betterment of our lives, to get back or lives on track, or for a fresh start. Most of us pledge so many things to get our finances back on track. But do ...

Is money the spoilsport in romance and marriage? Financial myths to beat always
Updated on: 22nd Dec, 2016

The task of money management with your spouse requires a lot of hard work. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), almost ¾ of Americans experience financial stress at some time or the other. Your goal in life should be to keep your financial burden as much low as possible. If...

Christmas - Gift ideas for people stressed financially due to debt
Updated on: 20th Dec, 2016

Chances are very high that you have met someone who is already in debt. This person (who can be your friend, relative, neighbor or colleague) is financially stressed, and that’s why has decided to stop spending money on anything except bare necessities. It’s not that this person dislikes to pamp...

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