Personal Finance

Black Friday vs. Cyber Monday: Which is Best For You?

October 10, 2017

The shopping frenzy behind Black Friday started back in the 1950s when Philadelphia police officers used the term to describe the chaos at malls and ships the day after Thanksgiving, according to The day proved to be a big headache for city officers who couldn’t take the day off. Instead, they were tasked with […]

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Home-Making Tips for Couples

October 9, 2017

When my hunny and I began to set up our new home, I quickly discovered the process isn’t just about finding the perfect statement curtains or deciding which kitchen gadgets are imperative to our lifestyle. There are many budget-based logistics that come along with home-making. We had to take into consideration how we wanted to […]

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5 Aspects of Theft Coverage That You Need to Check with Your Auto Insurance

October 9, 2017

You may have often wondered how confusing the insurance policies are. Does your policy cover any instance of theft and your possessions alongside your car? Every driver’s policy can vary when it comes to theft, but there are a few factors that are applicable to all policyholder. Consider the following aspects of auto insurance when […]

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5 Ways Technology Can Reform Your Family Finances

October 6, 2017
Reform your finances

In the era of hyper-connectivity, in order to facilitate our everyday obligations and keep track with them, we have automated almost every segment of our lives. We shop on e-commerce platforms, look for jobs online, move our valuable data to cloud, as well as communicate in real time via numerous messaging apps and social networks. […]

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5 Affordable and Unique U.S. Travel Experiences 

August 29, 2017

Travel is one of the many joys of life — with it brings opportunity to experience a different place, learn about a new culture and enjoy the people and atmosphere of somewhere new. But with so much to account for when traveling, including transportation, accommodation, food and sightseeing, taking a good vacation can give your bank […]

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8 Ways to Save Money When Moving Abroad

August 16, 2017
Save Money Moving Abroad

International relocation is expensive. However, there are ways to mitigate your costs by making calculated decisions about how to transfer assets from one country to another with the lowest fees, commissions and inconvenience. Traditionally, banks were the preferred option for transferring money from one country to another. Unfortunately, banks are associated with high fees, commissions, […]

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Saving Money Over Your Car’s Lifetime

August 7, 2017
New Car

Owning a car is expensive, but necessary for most of us. Many people who buy cars look for something dependable, but it is important not to simply let the future reliability of your car hang on that single decision. People who buy a nice car, never think about it again, and simply hope for the […]

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