4 Uncontrollable Ways You Can Lose Money Fast

You'd like to hope that most of the time you have pretty good control over your finances. You know how much you work, therefore you know how much money you make. You know what your bills are and your typical expenses, therefore you know how much money is going out…Keep reading
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Most Effective Tips for Handling Personal Finances

The issue surrounding your personal finances is one of the most controversial there are out there. Why? Well, because it’s something that the majority of people are doing for the majority of their life (since they’ve got their first allowance), at least to some degree, yet, they still aren’t that…Keep reading
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Cashless Mediclaim Policy: Understanding the Fine Details of Your Policy

Medical insurance is essential for every homeowner, especially considering the rising cost of healthcare. However, as important as it is, buying medical insurance is a complex task. Before you select a policy for yourself, you should be aware of its details in fine print. This will help you in protecting yourself from unpleasant surprises at the time of the claim. Let’s learn about the fine prints of the popular cashless Mediclaim policy.…continue reading →
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Smart ways to manage multiple loans – Stay at the pink of your financial health

Loans are something inevitable when you deal with your regular finances. There are times when you may fall short of cash but you have a big expense to meet at that time. Personal loans are the safest alternative to take resort to during such situations. While there are personal and…Keep reading
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The Difference between Enjoying Your Money and Being Unnecessarily Wasteful

It’s another one of those traps just waiting to engulf the unsuspecting entrepreneur, that being wasting your money in the name of “enjoying your money.” There’s a stark contrast between enjoying your money and unnecessarily wasting it and being able to make that distinction comes down to knowing thyself! The…Keep reading
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4 Tips For Improving Your Family Finances

Most families are still feeling the impact of the Great Recession. Only 51 percent of Americans said in a recent poll that they believe their households to be financially secure. That means a huge number of families are worried about money, bills, and all the other financial things that make up their day-to-day lives, including the following:…continue reading →
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The Aim is to BE Rich Not Look It

For all the frivolous nonsense they often invest their time in, memesters sometimes get it right and create compelling memes that really stir up some constructive introspection at the very least and constructive debate at best. One such meme featured Bill Gates and Warren Buffet and, carried over into some…Keep reading
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Tips to update your van on a budget

If you’re self-employed and rely on a van to deliver stock, meet clients or even carry tools to your next job, you'll know just how important a vehicle can be. But when you're looking to grow your business and improve its image, do you really want a rusty white van pulling up outside of an important client meeting? Below, we've rounded up tips to update your van and bring it up to today's modern standards – all without breaking the bank.…continue reading →
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Medical Costs With vs. Without Health Insurance

There is absolutely no question that health insurance is an extremely vital aspect of your overall healthcare plan. And there are a slew of reasons why you should opt for a plan.

Not Having Medical Insurance is Indeed a Bad Idea

Just to give you a basic idea about not having a medical insurance plan, uninsured individuals will never receive optimal health care. Not to mention, no matter what the health emergency is, you treatment will not be prioritized compared to the person who has insurance.…continue reading →
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72% of Young Adults Admit Money Regrets

A report compiled by the Money Advice Service has found that 72% of the twentysomethings believe they made numerous mistakes when they embarked on financial independence, which they now regret. The It's Time to Talk: Young People and Money Regrets report, identified that many young people have a "spend today,…Keep reading
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