5 tips to saving money on hotels when travelling abroad
As the years go by, finding an affordable hotel room keeps getting harder and harder. Luckily, Hotel prices are not set on stone. With a few tried and tested hotel booking tricks, you can find the best possible hotel rates regardless of the season. Here are 5 tips to help you spend a lot less on accommodation and free up...
Vietnam will take pride in hosting the second meeting with Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un. Its responsibility in this summit has opened up an opportunity for Vietnam to rekindle its relationship with North Korea. In the 1950s Pyongyang and Hanoi had flourishing ties. During the war between Vietnam and America, North Korea did not hesitate to offer help to Hanoi...
Over the last few years, we have seen technology change processes and workflow in the financial services industry. Today, transactions that involved human interaction, paper money, and computer systems have now been replaced with digital interfaces. Almost all kinds of financial activities, from money transfers, payments to banking and wealth management have been affected by Fintech (Financial Technology), in...
The US government is currently on a 33-day shut down all over the country. For an estimated 800,000 federal workers, this will be the second week without their regular paychecks. For the families of some of these workers, it's already hard to get by without one week's paycheck. They are cash strapped for even the basic necessities. Bills are...
Banks are considered the best place to store your cash and valuables. But unfortunately, they are not foolproof to failure and collapse. Yes, it’s unthinkable and you’ve probably never thought it possible, but banks do fail at times. When one bank fails, a lot of lives are thrown into financial disarray. Things get ugly very fast. And that’s only...
Personal Saving In The City Made Easier With Only Five Tips
Let's face it! In as much as life in the city is good, it also comes with its burdens. The living cost in these areas is usually high right from the house you live in, the means of transportation you use, to the costs of various commodities. With such an environment, there is no denying that personal saving is...
global financial crisis
The most recent global financial crisis occurred between the year 2007 and 2009. This financial crisis was considered as the most severe economic disruption since the Great Depression that took place in the 1930s. The crisis was initiated by the collapse of the United States real estate market. The impact and the scale of the 2008 global financial crisis...

Studying in UK

Studying in the UK has probably been your childhood dream and it is now actualising. Congratulations on your achievement! It’s no easy feat, so take the time to pat yourself on the back for it. But amidst all the joy and excitement, you have feelings of sadness. Soon you’ll be leaving your family and moving abroad to chart out a...
Although money, in its physical form, has been around for centuries, according to global trends, it does seem like we are heading towards an empty wallet world - literally. If you haven’t noticed already, you probably use your mobile pay apps or cards more frequently to pay for stuff that you do cash. Also, there are some countries like Sweden...

5 Essential Apps in US

How many apps do you think are available on the Google Play Store and the Apple Store? Millions, right? And while they are all marketed to be essential and useful in our day to day lives, we cannot have them all. First, you don’t have the space to save them all on your Smartphone and second, even if you...