5 Investor Personality Types: Which One Suits You the Best?

Your style of investing can be mostly attributed to the way of managing your personal finance. This is called having a certain investor personality. Knowing accurately about the investor personality type that you are, you can better understand the potential pitfalls of your investment approach. Even more – you can improve your chances of return. […]

5 Situations When You Should Not Consider Saving and Investing

Saving and investing is what makes your future secure and comfortable and you should always save a certain percentage of your income. You should also invest a part of it to build a better future for you and your family. However, there are times when you’re burdened with increasing debt part of your personal finances […]

6 Factors That Have No Impact On Your Credit Score

People under some kind of debt or those who are willing to receive a debt may find themselves in strained situations every time they think about their credit score. Sometimes, the situation may become so stressful that they start doubting each of their personal finance activities for fear that they may badly affect their credit […]

7 Steps to Recover When Hit with Financial Identity Theft

2016 reported the most cases of identity theft in the US. Around 15.4 millions of Americans were hit by some kind of identity theft that cost them a whopping $16 billion collectively, and $3,500 on an average. Of them, financial identity theft was the most common form of theft, leaving tax identity theft, medical, employment, […]

4 Tips to Bounce Back After Blowing Your Monthly Budget

A sense of joy fills your heart when you are within your monthly budget. Then it quickly vanishes when you get hit with a major and inevitable expense. It can be anything, like overspending, or a medical issue, or a surprise home repair that drains your bank account, or something more serious like a job […]