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5 Things Not To Do When Negotiating For A Raise

Everybody hopes to be compensated fairly and receives raises when we work hard and do well in our jobs without asking. Unfortunately, the world...

3 Simple But Effective Ways To Save Money

It’s so much fun to splurge and pamper yourself, especially after a hard day’s work. Spending on loved ones and ourselves are fine, but...

5 Saving Habits Which May Be Useful For A Rainy Day

If only money grew on trees. Well, dream as much as you want but the sad reality is money come, money goes. Therefore like...

10 Ways To Save Money When You Live Alone

If you’re living alone for the first time or contemplating living by yourself, you need to be prepared to make some big changes in order to sustain in the long run. Living on your own often means letting go of what you’re used to and finally growing up. Here are 10 ways to save money when you live alone.

8 Bad Habits That Are Costing You Money

If you find yourself spending more than you need to on most days and still don’t understand why, it’s likely you’re doing something financially...

5 Must Do When You Get Retrenched

It’s an unfortunate situation, but there are things you can do to make the best out of the situation. Here are 5 must do...

5 Simple Ways to Manage Your Finances

At some point in life, everyone wishes to reach financial freedom. Well, at least I do. As individuals, we do whatever it takes to...

Material Wealth or Financial Freedom : Which Will You Choose?

There was a recent article in a local news that garnered a significant amount of attention. It stated that a high number of millennials...

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