The latest buzz across the nation has been about two giant game-changers. One, the Digital India campaign and two, the plausible rate cut across small savings schemes. While the former has hit an ecstatic chord with the masses, the latter is perplexing people about what the possible repercussions of this move could be.
The biggest problems foodies face is empty pockets and empty savings accounts. But there’s no need to worry anymore. Here’s 8 ways you can make the empty wallet syndrome go away. 1. One by two soup More soup, less money. Yay! Source: sheknows.com 2. Eat from everyone else’s plate Order nothing! Only you win. Source: YouTube… Read More »
Cutting down on costs, expenditure and senseless spending leaves you with beautiful savings and a gorgeous pile of cash you never realized you generated in the first place. It seems some of our stars don’t really get the concept of how and more importantly where to cut down on. So here’s a listing of those celebs cutting down on things they shouldn’t have.
Saving is a hard habit to foster and it often feels like no matter how hard you try, there’s just never enough to go around at the end of the month. Spending is inevitable; but what if there was a way you could save while you spend? You can do just that using these 5… Read More »
Columbus might have confused America for India, but we had more in common with the then Red Indians than we have now with today’s Americans. We’re not referring to the whooping and dancing of course (that’s racist!). Jignesh, a software engineer, moved to the US and found it very tough to adjust to the vast… Read More »
Whatever your earnings, you can set aside a portion for saving. Simple budgeting, translated as spending lesser than you earn can pave the way to start saving. If you do not think about saving as early as possible you will lose out on significant sums of money at a later stage in life. Needs are… Read More »