Sarang Ahuja | Finance

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Post-College Financing

For those of you out there who have just finished another chapter of your life and graduated college, congratulations! You’re ready to take on life choices and decisions and you’ve officially entered adulthood. This means that you’re on the road to finding financial success and will most likely begin paying off your loans from the […]

6 Ways To Save Money During the Holidays

When the holidays roll around, it can be easy to empty your pockets with all of the gift shopping. When you’re getting your friends and family gifts, it can be difficult to stick to a budget. It certainly is challenging to save money during the holidays, but that it’s not impossible. Here are a few […]

5 Ways to Make Sure Your Family is Protected Financially

Financial security often feels like a tenuous thing. What you can afford today might not be quite so affordable tomorrow, especially if something happens to destroy your income: a job loss, the death of the family breadwinner, or an accident or injury that prevents the breadwinner from returning to work for a long period of […]

4 Ways to Get Serious About Finances in Your 40s

Securing a firm grip on finances can be difficult for any age. Although many people wrongfully believe that struggling to make payments, put money into savings, or fall behind on credit card payments is only for the young just getting used to their first job, many people struggle financially well into their adult years.As you […]

6 Financial Questions You Should Ask Your Partner Before Saying I Do

Couples getting ready to walk down the aisle tend to spend a lot of their time focused on things like flowers, color schemes, meals, playlists, guest counts, etc. However, experts say that there is a major part of creating a “happily ever after” that is often not discussed before the long awaited walk down the aisle: […]

Personal Finance for Children

It has long been discussed at what age people should start learning how to manage personal finance. It was only recently that some high schools began to require personal finance courses for graduation. Also, of course, there is the ever-popular list circulating the internet stating ‘Things I Never Learned in High School,’ most of which […]

How to Fix and Avoid Debt

First off, don’t become discouraged by debt. Nearly everyone has some debt, especially those who frequently use credit cards or attended college. It’s all a matter of handling it step by step without feeling overwhelmed and also avoiding acquiring further debt. How to fix it There is no quick fix to debt, so don’t let […]

7 Characteristics of a Great Business Leader

In order to be a truly successful business leader, you’ll need quite a few skills and traits. Luckily, many of these can be cultivated and learned. Here’s a helpful list that can prepare you for your career as a successful business leader! 1) Perseverance When working in business, it’s important that you persevere. Somedays, your […]

Watch out for the Five Factors that are impacting your Savings

When it comes to your finances, it is imperative that you be more strategic with your spending. The truth of the matter is that financial freedom doesn’t come easy. Just because you have large expenses does not mean you cannot save a good portion of your salary for your future. By learning your own particular […]

The One Piece of Advice for all Millennials

No matter whom you ask, a majority of the general public wants to feel financially secure. The only problem is that there are only a few individuals who are willing to do what is absolutely necessary to create it the necessary steps for a financially healthy future. For most case scenarios, it comes down to […]

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