A Step-by-step Guide To Increasing Your Income Through Freelancing
You offer a service as a full-time or a part-time contractor for a business or another individual, typically billed on an hourly or per-project basis, remotely from home.
Which Is Better? A Rupee Doubled Everyday Or Rs. 5 Crore Now
Starting early means that the Rs. 5 Lakh invested 11 years ago is a lot more valuable than Rs. 5 Lakh now. Combining this with compounding means that the amount will grow faster as the years pass.
6 Proven Ways To “Buy” Happiness With Money
Having money will not guarantee happiness, but not having enough could make us unhappy and stressed. We believe that money, when used properly, can actually be used to “buy” happy moments. Here’s how.
A Step-by-Step Approach To Manage Sudden Financial Crisis
Surprises are not always fun. An unexpected expense, especially a big one, can lay rest to the best of your budgeting efforts.
Someone in your family fell sick and you had to pay for the medical expenses, or your sibling wanted emergency cash for a college trip. The financial consequences, in either case, might not be good.While your salary is unlikely to double overnight, here is a plan you can use to make your salary last longer for the duration of the crisis.
Take Control Of Your Salary Before It’s Gone
The one thing you need to do to master your money is to build the habit of measuring.
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Best Way to Invest in Emergency Funds
Emergency Funds are designed to help you deal with the unexpected. An emergency fund is typically around 3-6 months of living expenses.
Can invest & forget strategies give inflation beating returns?
Let’s talk about the lazy man’s approach to investment. Some people call it “invest and forget”. However, as you will see from the following statements, it isn’t smart to just “forget”.
8 Bad Money Habits and How to Break Them
How you manage money is often linked to what habits you have. If, let’s say, you tend to over-eat, chances are you over-spend on fast food. Similarly, money habits decide how well, or badly, you manage money.