Today we will talk about the power of the garage.
And it’s used as a business hub:
A place where companies like Apple and Google started their long march ahead.
How many of you shopped clothing online? I rarely did any before. My first online order was a disaster. Their medium-sized Tee was extra-large for me. I made it a point to buy every clothing after first trying it out in the fitting room. This habit changed now though. My wife showed me the way. Shopping clothes online do save money!
It started one day when I got my 32X29 faded jeans online. I was looking for this at every store. Stores had 32X30, 32X31 and 32X28 but not the one I was looking for. Banana republic jeans changed my shopping habits. My wife also made me note the sizes at various departmental stores.
How you use your credit is an essential part of your financial history. Undeniably, lenders and credit card issuers use your credit score to determine whether or not you are qualified for a loan. Besides that, landlords may also use your credit report to know if you will be a good tenant. Even some of the employers also use this number to determine if you are good in financial decisions.
With that said, you should maintain a good credit score and or at least prevent bad credits. To help you get started, here are five doable ways you can do to manage your credit history.
We watch movies every weekend nights. My favorite genre is the War and thrillers. Whenever I get to see a movie on finance (management or mismanagement) I tend to see them first over my thrillers. I watched the movie “The Big Short” on the first day it was released. Here are 4 great films inspired by the world of finance.
The financial world has its ups and downs and history has shown that drama follows those in the market. From running boiler rooms and using high-pressure tactics to sell to betting against the market to make millions – it’s no surprise that the finance world has inspired some of the best films to grace Hollywood.
For most people, retirement usually means easing into a worry-free life where you can spend more time with family and pursue hobbies you neglected while still working full time. But these days, one of the biggest concerns about retirement is not being able to afford a lifestyle without a steady source of income.
For those who have envisioned retiring earlier, the challenge doubles as financial security for early retirees seems like a daunting prospect. Fortunately, there are steps you can follow to ensure that you are financially stable by the time you decide to retire.
With winter in full swing, it’s no wonder that most of us are already considering sun-filled holidays. A holiday is the best way to reward yourself for all your hard work and it’s good for your mental and physical wellbeing too. Your saving for the summer holiday should start now.
However, the one thing standing between you, a sandy beach and crystal clear waters is your holiday fund. It’s not easy to save for a holiday when there are so many other financial commitments and responsibilities to pay for.
The New Year is a perfect time to look back on your life and decide what things you’d like to change and where you’d like to find improvements. It’s always difficult to make resolutions, but under the right circumstances and with the proper motivation, it can be done.
This year, why not make it a resolution to fix your personal finances and get yourself out of debt? Besides signing up for a debt consolidation program, here are five money management tips that will help you achieve your goals.
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