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Sarang Ahuja—Choosing A Financial Advisor

Choosing A Financial Advisor

At times, taking control of your finances can benefit from a little outside help. A financial advisor can be a valuable asset, but it can be overwhelming to find the right person to suit your needs. Simplify the process by taking it step-by-step to ensure you find a competent professional who can help you accomplish your […]

Sarang Ahuja—How To Spend Less

How To Spend Less While Keeping Your Lifestyle

Despite the many financial management courses and seminars, it is still quite taxing for most people to live within their means. Overdue credit card bills and debts are the resultants of overspending and mismanaging finances. However, you don’t have to wait until you are sinking in unpaid bills; cutting on expenditures can eventually lead you 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 […]

What I Did During My Summer Vacation—Sarang Ahuja

What I Did Over My Summer Vacation (Wasn’t An Internship)

If you’re a college student, then a paid internship is the holy grail of a summer vacation—a way to make money while also advancing career prospects. It’s a rite of passage for many students, and it can be devastating to see others land their ideal internships while you’re stuck with nothing to do over the […]

Talking to your Kids about Finance—Sarang Ahuja

Talking to Your Kids About Finance

It can be tough to broach the subject of money with kids. After all, they likely haven’t had a real job or had to worry about their own finances early on in their lives. For children, adults appear to have their finances figured out, with magical credit cards that allow them to pay for everything […]

The Worst Things to Spend Your Money On

We live in a society where it is almost impossible to get by without spending money. We are so consumed in our work and spending power, that we don’t even notice why we make the spending decisions that we do. There are many things that we can’t get away from spending money on such as […]


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 […]

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 […]

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 Millennial Complex of Personal Finance

In today’s world, millennials are looked as the pioneers of their times. They are better educated than their predecessors, more ethnically diverse, and more economically active. But for many of these exceptional young professionals, they have a troubling grasp of reality and fantasy where ‘what their financial situations actually are’ completely differs to ‘where they […]

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