Money and Finance

How to Choose the Right Bank - Factors to Consider

Choosing a bank is one of the most important financial decisions one will ever make. Different banks avail different financial opportunities to their customers. For instance, one bank can offer free checks, high-interest savings accounts, low maintenance fees, etc. It is therefore wise that one cons Read More

What You Need to Know About Stocks in a Post-Pandemic (Coronavirus) World

Written by Mark Pringle
If you have never invested in stocks, you are probably leary about doing so now. The recent COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) pandemic and the associated social and economic turmoil have resulted in an unstable investing environment. However, once this perilous time is over, there are some essen Read More

How Does Traveling Make You a Richer Person

Written by Mark Pringle
Social media has transformed the travel game and the perception of travelers and traveling. It is impossible to miss the fantastic voyages of your close, and not-so-close friends if you are a member of a social forum like Facebook or Instagram. However, this assault of travel experiences by oft Read More

A Few Simple Things to Keep in Mind When Investing in a Home

Written by Mark Pringle
Here are a few essential things to keep in mind when buying a house. Buy homes in the best school districts Buy on dead-end streets or cul-de-sacs where there is little traffic Depending on where you live, avoid cookie-cutter homes and purchase in established neighborhoods with trees Buy Read More

Saving for a Rainy Day is More Than a Trite Proverb

The adage “save for a rainy day” suggests that every figurative day will not be happy, bright, and full of joy. We will have days of gloom and unexpected trauma, and we must assume that bad times will come. So, you must have cash in the bank to help protect yourself from those times. A B Read More

Facilitate Happiness by Not Wasting Time with Unproductive Things

Written by Mark Pringle
Wasting time means spending time on things that are either unproductive or that take time away from productive things. For example, spending time surfing the internet or social network sites, playing video games, watching TV, and doing similar things with no goal in mind is a waste of time and creat Read More

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