2020 - a year that'll find its place right inside the history textbooks in the upcoming decades. Unaccountable dreams, fantasies, goals, seems to be washing down the drain. Yes, this sounds dreadful, but the earlier we accept it, the better we could manage the situation and escape from falling...
Saving more money is always an important part of a financial plan for many people. Come new year and everyone will have at least one resolution dedicated to their finances. But, saving money especially with all the spending in the holidays may seem a bit difficult. Saving money isn’t that...
It is better to take a resolution at any point of time to work for improving your financial condition. Many people think continuously in taking out ways that how they can improve their financial condition for a better lifestyle and future and they seldom reach a point where they...
Have you seen your parents planning family finances? What are your investment plans? When do you plan to start your retirement savings? What is your average family savings? How do you plan your family finance? Insurance agents and financial consultants always start the discussion with these questions. I used...
Almost everyone has faced financial difficulties at some point in their life. Financial problems are one of the biggest reasons for stress for the majority of people. Sometimes, these problems can lead to a wide range of issues like losing a house or even bankruptcy. There are various types of...
Building up an emergency fund is one of the difficult things to do especially when you’re already on a budget. With the costs adding up every day, it would feel like a never-ending task to boost up your emergency fund. The emergency fund is not just to cover-up a sudden...
Ever heard of the 50/30/20 rule? It’s actually an idea proposed by Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren. In her book “All Your Worth: The Ultimate Lifetime Money Plan,” which she co-authored with her daughter Amelia Warren Tyagi, she put forth an excellent proposal to better organize monthly budget. What is it? Here’s a...