According to the Federal Reserve, around USD 1 trillion outstanding card debt was recorded in 2017. This number ballooned because of the consistent rise of cost-of-living and the need to borrow money. Credit cards appeared to be an easy way to borrow . . .
It is a well-known fact that a high percentage of businesses never survive beyond their first year. Unfortunately, most of those that failed fell prey to the same handful of problems which could have been avoided if enough time had been spent on . . .
When you’re younger, planning for your financial future is probably one of the last things on your mind. However, it’s arguably never been more important that you start this process sooner rather than later in the current climate. After all, it . . .