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, […]

7 Summer Reads for Managing Your Personal Finance

Summer is reaching the bay, and it’s time you must plan in advance about how you are going to spend your resting days. Some of you must have already planned going for an outing with your friends, and some of you to visit your granny’s place or to go on a vacation. How about making […]

5 Types of Friends Who Are Not Good for Your Finances

Do you have any friends who are negatively affecting your finances or spending habits? It’s time to identify such financial frenemies and lay down some ground rules to neutralize their effect on your finances. Take a closer look at your spending patterns when you are with your friends and watch out which friends are costing […]

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Teaching Financial Habits to Kids

Are you a perfect financial role model for your children? You should follow good financial habits as children learn from your habits rather than what you teach them. If you are paying your bills late, spending on unnecessary purchases or excessively using your credit card, you may be teaching bad habits to your children. It’s […]

7 Important Financial Lessons You Can Learn From 2016

As we have come closer to the end of the year, it’s time for retrospection. It’s time to keep track of your finances in 2016 and analyze your income, expenses, and spending habits to identify what financial mistakes you have done in 2016. This will help you determine whether 2016 was financially good or bad […]