Monthly Archives: March 2017

5 Expert Tips on Managing Your Money After Retirement

You work your entire life and as a reward, you get to retire. But the reality is that your ‘work’ does not end the moment you receive your gold watch. Instead, you need to keep managing your money to make … Continue reading

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Living Frugally in the Big City

If you live in one of the major cities, there is no doubt that you and your family are affected by the higher cost of living. While wages in a metropolis tend to be higher – the increased cost of … Continue reading

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Insuring Cars Today vs 3000 Years Ago

Originating in Babylonian culture, casualty insurance — as the name implies began as a form of risk management used by individuals to assure the safe transfer of property to another upon one’s untimely, or unplanned, demise. When the items were … Continue reading

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Financial Survival Prep Guide for Students on a Shoestring Budget

Whether you are a student feeling the pinch of debt and itching to get a little bit to spend at the bar, or you’re trying to make ends meet and study too, stretching scholarship money, online credit rates or juggling … Continue reading

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Creating a Post-College Financial Plan to Stay Out of Debt

Millennials are finding themselves in unfamiliar territories after completing their college studies and starting the real life of looking for a job, paying bills and definitely paying off huge amounts of debts. The situation can get depressing if you are … Continue reading

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