Don’t Give in to Pandemic Panic – Realistically Reassess Your Finances

Over 840,000 people applied for unemployment benefits in the first week of October. How sad it is that 840,000 people applying for unemployment, instead of 1 million, is considered progress. The point is that the state of your personal finances has probably been obscenely disrupted by the pandemic. Don’t fall into pandemic panic. And don’t pretend everything is normal so you can continue conducting...

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5 Rules For Effective Use Of The Student Budget

Budgeting can be challenging for everyone, not just students. However, students are the ones who typically don’t have enough money or time. That is the reason why learning how to save money will really come in handy. Here are five rules for effective use of the student budget. They will help you figure out what to spend your money on, how to save, as well as how to make sure you have enough financial...

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Ways to Rebuild Your Credit

  A great credit score is going to help you in various financial situations in your life. For instance, applying for a mortgage would be easier, and you may get the best terms and interest rates. Paying for insurance and getting a service with little to no deposit also becomes easier when you have a good credit score.

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How To Open A Digital Savings Account?

How would you feel if we told you that two of your favorite things have now come together to make things even more convenient for you? That’s right. Most of the leading banks have decided to go paperless and brought provisions for you to open a digital savings account in the process. The best part, you do not have to visit a branch for the same. This type of savings account is fast and easy to...

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