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Thursday, 21 December 2017

The Nuances of Extreme Couponing Explored

They aren’t probably exaggerating when they are saying that extreme couponers can actually even dig out dumpsters in a bid to find coupons. Yes, there are families that even end up saving around 50% on their grocery bills with the help of coupons. Coupon-driven shoppers are even regarded as better shoppers than the ones who avail no coupons at all. However, there is still room for thought. Is extreme couponing really worth it? Read on to unravel.

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Amit Singh is a founder of Theinternationalfinance.com he share his immense knowledge of Finance in this blog.

Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Tricks to Avoid Financial Fraud During Holiday Season

With the busiest holiday season roundthe corner, let us tell you that it wouldn’t really be prudent on your end to concentrate solely on shopping. Financial fraud remains one of the biggest perils of the busy shopping season and buyers at large should be extra cautious to avoid such vagaries at any cost whatsoever. Today, in the course of the post we will document a series of ways with the help of which you can actually go on to make the most of safe shopping this holiday season. So, do read on in order to be duly guided.

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Amit Singh is a founder of Theinternationalfinance.com he share his immense knowledge of Finance in this blog.

Tuesday, 19 December 2017

The unstoppable rise of Bitcoin



Recently the price of Bitcoin has touched the 10,000 dollar mark and with this it seems that there is nothing that can stop the rise of this particular cryptocurrency. However, it also needs to be noted in this context that getting out of this asset, which is supposed to highly lack in liquidity, can be so much more difficult than getting in. In most cases, the money these days is electronic. It is all about a series of zeroes and ones that are there on a computer. This is why this meteoric rise of Bitcoin in the space of a year has been so praiseworthy.

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Amit Singh is a founder of Theinternationalfinance.com he share his immense knowledge of Finance in this blog.

Monday, 11 December 2017

Financial planning for the biggest moments of your life

In this day and age you are always going to get some major moments in your life – they will either be happy (marriage, childbirth etc.) or sad (death in family), and expected or unexpected. No matter what, you need to be prepared, and financially so, for these huge moments in your life. These funds are also known as milestone funds and as such you need to plan well for these expenses. There are a few steps that you can take so that you can be financially prepared to meet these situations in a better manner in life.

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Amit Singh is a founder of Theinternationalfinance.com he share his immense knowledge of Finance in this blog.

Monday, 4 December 2017

Are You Financially Ready to live on Rent?

You haven’t really relocated for your job but it’s time to move out from your parents’ home and start living on your own --- at least, that’s what you think. Finding a new home for yourself isn’t solely about living out of your parents’ shadow and performing chores on your own but it’s also about figuring out whether you are financially prepared to take the leap of faith or not. Read on to figure out why your decision to live on rent can never be made arbitrarily.

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Amit Singh is a founder of Theinternationalfinance.com he share his immense knowledge of Finance in this blog.

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Socially Responsible Investing Decoded

What are the factors that you keep in view while making investments? Have you ever thought about it? Has “society” ever featured in your reasons behind making an investment? Is socially responsible investing even possible? We will unravel details right in the course of the post.

What is Socially Responsible Investing? Estimating its Feasibility


What exactly is socially responsible investing or SRI? Is it possible to give back to your country by making these investments at the first place?

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Amit Singh is a founder of Theinternationalfinance.com he share his immense knowledge of Finance in this blog.

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Cognitive Bias or Mental Money Traps?



Do we ever arbitrarily regard ourselves as prudent consumers? Read this particular post before you are even close to drawing conclusions. How do we rationalize our purchases? By weighing the pros and cons of each product and then deciding which one of the options made available to us is suitable.

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Amit Singh is a founder of Theinternationalfinance.com he share his immense knowledge of Finance in this blog.

Monday, 11 September 2017

Financial Security in College: Exploring a Few Tips



The financial woes of college students have been an eternal area of concern. We have – time and again- come across the stories of so many students finding it so difficult to balance out government support with the rising rent, food and education costs. Even the funds from freelance gigs- it seems – have consistently failed to help them meet ends.

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Amit Singh is a founder of Theinternationalfinance.com he share his immense knowledge of Finance in this blog.

Thursday, 31 August 2017

When Credit Cards Get Out of Control, Freedom Financial Could Help



Credit cards tend to get a bad reputation when it comes to your financial situation. They are frequently associated with high interest rates, overspending, and out of control debt. Given the fact that people use them for virtually everything now, it is easy to see how this could happen. A recent report shows that people are using their credit cards for even very small purchases such as a cup of coffee.  While this may sound surprising, there are benefits to using your credit cards, even for small purchases. Of course, if you do find that your credit card debt is out of control, Freedom Financial could help you get back on track.

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Amit Singh is a founder of Theinternationalfinance.com he share his immense knowledge of Finance in this blog.

Thursday, 24 August 2017

Can “Overspending” be Categorized into Different Types?

What are the possible consequences of overspending? Overwhelming credit card bills? Loan defaults? Black marks on your credit report?

The evils of overspending are too many to count. And, the key to controlling your habit of overspending is to identify the kind of overspender you are. There are so many people who do not even understand that there actually are many types of overspenders – let alone figure out the kind of overspender they are. We are offering you a rundown of the types of overspenders out there so that you know who exactly you are and where exactly you can curtail.

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Amit Singh is a founder of Theinternationalfinance.com he share his immense knowledge of Finance in this blog.