5 Financial Lessons To Learn From The World Of Football

Once again, the world is under the grip of the football fever. The once-in-four-years football extravaganza has the entire globe focusing its attention on a globular object – the football. Undeniably the most awaited sports event, FIFA Football World cup is not just about football. It offers plenty of lessons – of endurance, patience, perseverance, discipline and a lot more that not only helps in being an awesome football player but also make you a good investor. Let’s take a look at five ways in which football teaches us lessons that can helps manage our finances  effectively.

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Five Lessons From Dad You Can Use To Attain Financial Freedom!

Come June 17 and the world will celebrate Father’s Day! Of course, a day won’t suffice to bring to the fore what your dad means to you. However, looking back at what dad has taught you over the years in his inimitable style would help you pave your way to good financial health. Probably, the best way to make your dad happy on the occasion of Father’s Day is to let him know that you still adhere to what he has taught you. Here are five lessons your dad has taught you, and, which, you can use to attain financial freedom. Continue reading

Children grow lightning fast, expenses follow suit

You still remember the day when you held your bundle of joy in your hands. You were in tears, of joy. Today, your child is your life. You come back home after a tiring day at work. But your little one’s smile cheers you up instantly. What joy it is to have a child around! Of course, you have plans for him/her. But are they concrete? Have you charted the plans considering the uncertainties tomorrows could hold? Is your answer a confident yes? Or a casual shrug of the shoulders is all you have for one? Whatever the case may be, here are a few points that would help you get the bigger picture. Continue reading

5 things that help you never run out of money

You have just started earning and are super excited about this monthly amount that is entirely yours to spend. We all have a list of things we want to do with ‘our own money’. Like, buy that expensive gadget, shop for our parents, siblings, buy that expensive gift for the boy/girlfriend and treat our friends. With your first paycheck also comes the first financial advice from your parents – ‘budget your income’ and ‘save for the adverse times’. Let us see below how making a budget and saving for the rainy day along with some other tips might help you live a financially secure and fulfilling life even if you feel your earnings are meager.

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