Here is some good advice to better manage your financials.
When you need a loan, you usually research different offers from different banks and compare their duration, required down-payment and pre-payments, insurance and all other conditions. But how would you know if the loan you chose is good for you?
There are several ways to save the money that will get you through this first month of the year, but it may require a tad bit of effort. Here are some tips on how to thrive on a low budget during the month of January.
The world of shopping has shifted drastically to the online world.
But we’ve all heard those horror stories where online forgery robs you of everything you own.
We want to take you through the steps on how to stay safe while you shop online and the trick of the trades you need to look out for.
Being financially savvy will always have its benefits throughout life. It’ll mean you’ll be able to make sound decisions today for a better financial future. How do you start, you ask? Getting to know terminologies and how things work is always a good starting point.
As a young employee who is fresh to the workforce, you have to start thinking ahead. Being financially autonomous is key in life, especially as a young person at the beginning of their career. Having your own financial autonomy means you get to make the choices.
Some students spend their summer between the beach and the mountains, enjoying whatever Lebanon has to offer during the hottest period of the year before they go back to the stress of university. Others jump from internship to internship, take summer classes, or join volunteer programs. However, what all students have in common is the bittersweet feeling of going back to school after a long period off.
As September comes back around, employees and students alike have a hard time getting their focus back on track. As duties slowly make their way back into their lives, expenses do as well.