Sarang Ahuja | Finance

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Seven ways to tell if Studying Finance is Right for You

You’ll find success in the finance world if you enjoy new challenges and hard work.

Sarang Ahuja—Managing Your Wallet

Managing Your Wallet: What to Carry and Why

Have you ever been standing in line at your local coffee shop feeling overwhelmed because the person behind you is waiting impatiently to order but you can’t seem to find what you need in that disorganized wallet of yours? Perhaps you’re carrying too much. Here’s what should be in your wallet and why. Credit & […]

Sarang Ahuja—Comparing the Biggest Personal Finance Companies

Comparing the Biggest Personal Finance Companies

Personal Loan companies are well recognized with offering individuals with credit to buy immediately and pay back the borrowed amount over time. Numerous companies such as banks, private lenders, credit unions and peer-lending companies offer personal loans. Customers with predictable monthly income are given priority in receiving personal loans. Personal loans are often utilized to […]

Sarang Ahuja—Goals for Financially Responsible Individuals

4 Goals for Financially Responsible Individuals

Financial concerns are common even among individuals with sizable incomes. This is because many have a tendency to live up to or even beyond their means. Essentially, people are spending as much as they are earning, and they have little to show for it as a result. This can create financial stress and can put […]

Sarang Ahuja-How To Be Fiscally Responsible

How To Be Fiscally Responsible On Vacation

Summer vacations are a time to relax, but they can be financially taxing as well. Between the time you may have to take off and the expenses related to travel, preparing for a vacation may be a year long ordeal. As a result, even well-planned vacations can end up costing a lot more than travelers […]

Sarang Ahuja—5 Books to Change Your Financial Perspective

5 Books to Change Your Financial Perspective

Finance is not something to be singularly studied and then mastered. It takes time to adequately comprehend everything that feeds into finance and economics, and even more time to keep up with the worldwide and personal changes that can affect the way your spend and make money. When you’re on the beach this summer, consider […]

Tips and Tricks to make extra cash—Sarang Ahuja

Tips and Tricks to Make Extra Cash

Saving, despite its plentiful benefits, can sometimes only do so much. In every individual’s life, there is a point when they decide that it’s about time that they made more money. Maybe it was the first time they mowed neighborhood lawns, or took a paper route, or even fought for a raise. There’s a lesson […]

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Financial Recovery—Acknowledging Your Money Missteps

When it comes to personal finance, it can be easy to continue spending on something that offers you little to no value with a disproportionate level of attachment due to resources you’ve already expended. This is known as the sunk cost fallacy and can cause individuals to act against their best interests and spend more […]

Personal Finance 101 – 5 Steps to Successful Budgeting

To put it simply, a personal financial budget allows you to itemize your entire finances holistically for any given period of time. This concept helps you determine whether you can grab that bite to eat or whether you should head home for that peanut butter and jelly sandwich. This type of planning and monitoring allows […]

Preparing the Future Starts with Financial Literacy

Personal finance literacy is more than just being able to balance a checkbook and compare prices. It also includes skills like long-term vision and strategic planning for a person’s financial future. In the United States, we make a great effort to teach our children how to read and write. But the necessary disciplines of financial […]

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