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How to spend your money wisely this holiday season

Since 2021 was a challenging year for many, you might have had unexpected expenses. Don’t let that ruin your holiday spirit, and don’t get into debt.

Cyber Monday: 8 Tips to Get the Best Deals This Year

Cyber Monday treading on the heels of Black Friday is no accident. While obviously, the brick-and-mortar counterpart is older, the twin shopping holidays actually complement each other perfectly. Want to know how? Keep reading!

Black Friday hacks to avoid overspending when you shop

Black Fridays and overspending can make you increase your debt and thus it is always better to set a budget. Remember that just because you find something really fancy or attractive, you don't have to buy it because you may not actually need it.

Financial lessons to learn from hosting a Thanksgiving dinner

Thanksgiving is here and it’s a treasured time to gather with friends and family over an unforgettable feast. From party planning and grocery shopping to cooking and décor, Thanksgiving can get tedious both physically and financially. However, there are some lessons too.

Thanksgiving dinner this year will be the most expensive ever

If you’re planning to host a Thanksgiving meal this year, you will notice a steep difference in the total cost when compared to previous years. The cost of a Thanksgiving dinner in 2020 was the lowest since 2010 and shops offered incredible discounts on turkeys as very few people bought them. This year, it's a different story.

Monitor Your Monthly Expenses With This Simple 5-Step Method

What's the right way to monitor your monthly expenses? There are many budgeting applications in the market that help you maintain your budget. We have you covered on the five best steps to track and maintain your monthly spending, saving and investing.

How to Stop Overspending: Breaking the Habit

Overspending is not new for people in the United States. According to a report, an individual spends around $143 a week more than his budget on average. The amount turns to $7,400 yearly. You may think that it is just one coffee or one pizza, but each time you add to this amount, it is going to weigh more on your pockets at the end of the year.

5 essential tips for new mommies to manage money

Are you a new mommy in training? If you’ve had a baby recently and by recently, we mean, anywhere in the last two years or if you’re preparing for his or her arrival, chances are you’re experiencing a variety of emotions.

Post-pandemic pumpkins: How are you spending your Halloween?

Halloween celebrations had to be paused in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdown. However, it has returned with a bang and is set to be the biggest spending event so far this year.

What Is the 50/30/20 Rule? Here’s How It Helps You Budget

The best way to manage your income, no matter how high or low it is, is to follow a proven budgeting method. But for most people, budgeting is a scary notion, something they feel is way too complicated and difficult to follow. But the truth is quite the opposite of what people believe.

Halloween Budgeting: Enjoy Spooky Fun on a Budget

Halloween is right around the corner. Time for the creepy creeps, goosebumps and candies. If you haven’t thought about it already, it’s time to start planning. Everything, from décor to costumes — the sooner you start planning, the better and cheaper.

How Buy Now Pay Later is changing the way we spend our money

BNPL is also known as installment payments and point-of-sale financing (POSF). These options have always been in practice for a long time and are not a new trend. What’s different in today’s BNPL service is its influence, role and place in the customer’s journey.

Planning to buy the new iPhone? Read this before you do

The most awaited day has arrived! Apple has finally launched its new iPhone 13 series. While everyone around you may be rushing to buy it, here's everything you need to know to help you make an informed decision on the new line of gadgets.

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