One of the things a lot of people avoid but sometimes can’t control is bad credit. Having bad credit can make apartment searching very difficult. Your credit score is very essential because it plays a major role when you want to rent an apartment. Most landlords demand to know the credit scores of their tenants…… Continue reading What Can I Do If My Roommate Has Bad Credit?
The sheer number of us that have graduated from high school without actual knowledge of managing our finances, is insane. You’re in your 20s, trying to figure the world out, and suddenly you’re forced to deal with taxes, student loans, and rent. Don’t even get us started on the costs of entertainment and grocery shopping!…… Continue reading How Do You Achieve Financial Freedom In Your 20’s?
So you want to live and manage your budget in New York? And financial management is getting on your nerves? Take a deep breath, look at the bright side and sing with us! I got a pocketful of dreams and I’m from New York!Concrete jungle where dreams are made ofThere’s nothing you can’t do, now…… Continue reading Living On A Budget In New York: Reddit Edition
Frugal living is an art and also kind of a necessary skill when you’re living in NYC. With raging rentals and expensive everything, money can ‘Wingardium Leviosa’ itself out of your back pocket if you’re not careful. We’ve seen many newbies engulfed by hefty price tags and end up ultimately exceeding their monthly budget. Especially when…… Continue reading Frugal Living: How to get groceries on a budget in NYC?
If you’re a young entrepreneur, you already know that running a business is risky. It’s the nature of the game. Honestly, that’s part of the thrill. But sometimes when you’re young, ambitious and enterprising, you might also think that you’re invincible. You might think, “Of course, running a business is risky, but the worst will…… Continue reading How to Manage Financial Risks as a Young Entrepreneur
New York City is by far one of the most visited destinations in the world. It’s famous for its art, food, history, fashion and everything else that it has to offer. It’s refined, yet grungy, unapologetically loud yet serene, and all at the same time! The contrasts found living in NYC is an experience bar…… Continue reading A New York Travel Guide For Long Vacations
Handling finances is one of those aspects of adult life that no one really formally teaches you about. It’s right up there with other adulting mysteries like filing your taxes and deciding what to eat for dinner. But nevertheless, it’s an important skill to have if you want to set yourself up for a good…… Continue reading Handling Your Finances: A Beginner’s Guide to Investing
College exposed you to bits of the adult world – it taught you to live by yourself, find your own way, made you independent, and gave you the experience of jobs. As a college graduate, you’re doing great so far. But bear in mind that adulting has more challenges in store for you, like saving…… Continue reading Out of the College, Into the Real World: Financial Tips to Start Saving Money
The moment you’re out of the house and step out by yourself, the real world suddenly throws a collection of challenges at you. Your first and foremost responsibility is to get some financial stability. Whether you’re a fresh college graduate with a student loan to pay off, or just plain broke and by yourself in…… Continue reading Money-Saving and Financial Tips for Young Adults
With most of our everyday requirements met via our cell phones and computers, opening a bank account almost automatically means you’re going digital with banking. “Digital banking” may seem intimidating in the beginning. You’re wondering: is my money going to be safe? Are the transactions going to be secure? What if I lose a chunk…… Continue reading Safe Online Banking Tips for the Beginner