Category Archives: Pera-isipan

bankrupt

How To Go Bankrupt

Monday, 29 February 2016 | Written by
bankrupt

In just about any personal finance forum, Facebook group, and book, it’s always the same topic – how to get rich. I have to admit – sometimes it starts to sound boring and predictable. So for a change, this article will go totally against the grain and will teach you how to go bankrupt – easily.

Targeting success

How to boost your chances of success

Sunday, 28 February 2016 | Written by
Targeting success

Success is not something that you can achieve overnight. If you want to experience success, you have to work hard for it. Success is a combination of skill, determination, commitment, and perseverance. Here are some tips to help boost your success in business.

bills

Money Hazards:  Habits That Can Potentially Harm Your Finances

Saturday, 27 February 2016 | Written by
bills

Mahatma Gandhi once said that our beliefs become our thoughts, which can eventually become our habits that eventually determine your destinies. Given that, habits are very important if we are to live the life we want to live and avoid the destinies we fear. And this is especially true for our personal finances.

stress relax

Maximize your time, Minimize your stress

Friday, 26 February 2016 | Written by
stress relax

We have encountered this scenario at one time or the other. All set for the day, you psyche yourself to deal with the day’s deadlines. Then the terrible traffic slowly eats up your patience knowing that each second ticking on the road means precious time lost supposedly to be spent on the pile of work waiting to get done in…Read More »

Telecommute

Telecommuting as a flexible work option

Thursday, 25 February 2016 | Written by
Telecommute

Telecommuting is defined as working from a remote area (e.g. home, coffee shop, hotel room, etc.) outside of a traditional office. The employee performs functions that can be normally accomplished at the workplace. Telecommuting is a growing practice in the communications, high-tech, and financial industries. The use of high-speed internet, phones, faxes, video conferencing, instant messaging, etc. allows people to…Read More »

financial diet

The Financial Diet

Monday, 22 February 2016 | Written by
financial diet

Losing weight is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions because excess weight affects the lives of people in many ways. In particular, the most significant impact that excess weight has is in terms of health. Excess weight can cause a myriad number of life threatening conditions like diabetes, heart problems and to some extent, some forms of cancer,…Read More »

game of money

The Game of Money (Part 2 of 2)

Sunday, 21 February 2016 | Written by
game of money

Part 1 here. Much like in the game of basketball, Kiyosaki referred to after the second quarter as ‘half time’ because you are in the middle quarter of your life already before retirement much. This is sometimes called as “mid-life crisis”. It is now the time to examine yourself. You are not getting any younger anymore. Do you have enough…Read More »

game of money

The Game of Money (Part 1 of 2)

Saturday, 20 February 2016 | Written by
game of money

Life is like a game of chances. In some days, you win. In some days, you lose. Every day, we are faced with challenges, which can either lead us to become a winner or a loser. Learning financial literacy is essential to increase your chances of winning the game of money and in essence, the game of life.

Passion

Getting to know the millennial entrepreneurs

Friday, 19 February 2016 | Written by
Passion

The millennial generation (individuals born roughly between 1977 and 1997) has made their unique mark in the world of business. This generation values their freedom in practicing their creativity and supporting what they believe in. The driving force of independence motivates the generation of millennials to become entrepreneurs.

Budget

Practical Steps to Becoming a Budget Master (Part 2 of 2)

Thursday, 18 February 2016 | Written by
Budget

Part 1 here. If you’re not familiar with using Excel or simply want to do it the old fashion way, just prepare a piece of paper, a calculator and different-colored highlighters. You can use the highlighters to color code or categorize the items on your statements like house food, recreation, gas and the so on.So go ahead, highlight each item…Read More »

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