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September 5, 2019
different types of loans

What Are the Different Types of Loans?

Loans have been around for centuries. And although they’ve changed a lot throughout the years, one thing is certain – their purpose remains the same. In essence, a loan is an amount of borrowed money that’s intended for repayment within a given period of time. The intricacies of loans differ […]
September 3, 2018
Make and Save Money

Make and Save Money, Get the Best of both the Worlds

To be financially stable one has to find the perfect balance between how much you earn vs how much you save, which is very well quotes by Warren Buffett ” Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving”. Let’s cut down the chase, […]
August 21, 2018
Cut Short Your Expenses

Top 10 Effective Ways to Cut-short Your Expenses

When it comes to minimizing expenses, a myriad of people are like the famous statue- Darwin’s Ape (A sculpture of an ape sitting on a pile of books with a human skull in hand). It’s rubbing its chin and looking at the skull, seemingly confused at what this thing is. […]
August 6, 2018
beat your debt fast

12 Solid Ways to Beat Your Debt Fast

Whether it is the credit card debt, a car loan, student debt, or all of these at the same time, owing money is surely difficult. While it is easy to get trapped into the debt cage, finding your way out is no walk in a park. The interest on your […]
July 27, 2018
Save on Interests

Personality and attitude you need to cut monthly expenses and save more!

Do you believe, that you have what it takes to be the real deal?! Well on, Finance has a sense of attitude! You can’t keep it in grip if you think you can lower your expenses easily only by switching from lifestyles to lifestyles! Finally falling down with a huge thud, […]
July 26, 2018
Money Slip-ups to Avoid

The 5 Most Leathal Money Slip-ups To Avoid

If you think that figuring out personal finances is easy, then this can be your first mistake. To err is human. Mistakes are just part of life. Unfortunately, there are some financial mistakes that you will regret more than the others. Keeping your finances in mint condition, especially in your […]
July 20, 2018
vintage train rich

Does Your Train of Thoughts Work Like The Rich?

What makes rich people different from the middle-class? Is there a difference in the thinking process of the wealthy and people like me who take themselves as middle-class? I find this idea, pretty interesting, which is why I decided to share it with my readers. The idea alone made me […]