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Fingerprints to be Tested as ‘Currency’

Iphone owners already use fingerprint to unlock their phone, but to buy things using their fingerprints? Starting this summer Japanese government will let foreign tourists to shop using only their fingerprints. Using fingerprint as a new payment wo...
by Personal Finance News on Apr 9, 2016

Wedding Night in Islam Etiquettes Prayers Tips

The post Wedding Night in Islam Etiquettes Prayers Tips appeared first on بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم  Bismillah hirRahman nirRaheem  With The Name of ALLAH, The Beneficent and The Merciful  SallALLAHU ‘Ala Mu’hammad...
by yallaah on Apr 2, 2016

Is Artificial Intelligence the Way Forward for Personal Finance?

Artificial intelligence (AI) has progressed constantly and has performed better than human in many fields. Earlier this month AlphaGo AI developed by Google’s DeepMind has beaten the world’s top player Lee Sedol in a complex game that ent...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 26, 2016

12 eggs-ceptional places to visit this season

Every-bunny can have a great time in these eggs-cellent spots for enjoying Easter.
by MetsCitiBlog on Mar 23, 2016

Financial Mistakes That You’ll Regret Forever

We all made mistakes and learned from them. But there are certain financial mistakes that could haunt you for the rest of your life. Kiplinger asked a panel of personal finance experts to point out some of the most consequential mistakes people can...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 20, 2016

What you need to know for travel to Cuba

If you yearn to visit Cuba, arranging your stay won't be easy. These tips from Bankrate will help.
by MetsCitiBlog on Mar 20, 2016

Spring Is In The Air – 6 Ways To Refresh Your Finances

  Did you miss your extra hour of sleep yesterday? Springing the clocks forward for Daylight Savings Time signals that spring is on its way and what better time to do a refresh of your finances. See what I did there? 😉 The arrival of spring s...
by Budget Bloggess on Mar 14, 2016

Homeownership Is Not The American Dream

For some of us, homeownership is still the right move if the job and the living situation are stable. But in many scenarios, Jim Dahle at The White Coat Investor argues that homeownership is not the American Dream anymore. Many homeowners would be be...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 10, 2016

Frugal Billionaire Who Founded Ikea Only Wears Used Clothes

Extreme frugality is the secret to early retirement, but to one billionaire frugality is the way of life. Frugal billionaire Ingvar Kamprad, founder of furniture chain Ikea, normally stocks up his wardrobe at flea markets to save money.  “I don’...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 10, 2016

You Won’t Be A Millionaire If You Make These Mistakes

There are many posts recently explaining how to become a millionaire already. The Practical Saver details some of the mistakes about how to not become a millionaire. Learn from these common mistakes to improve your financial well-being. Here are ten...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 10, 2016

The More We Earn, The More Often We Drink

Not only moderate alcohol use can have important health benefits, but drinkers earn over 10 percent more money at their jobs than nondrinkers. A new survey shows that people that earns more tend to drink more often, perhaps to build relationship and...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 9, 2016

Top 10 Most Expensive Cities to Throw a Wedding in 2016

Budgeting is at the heart of personal finance and, when it comes to wedding, couple often asks “why do wedding cost so much?” Thumstack goes through 12 wedding essentials such as catering, photography, flowers, hair, makeup, cake and deco...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 9, 2016

2016 Shows A Good Start For Tourism

Following a record breaking year for tourism, Spain has seen a continued increase in tourist spend at the start of 2016. In January the total expenditure by international tourists stood at 3,712 million euros, a 3.6% increase over the same period in...
by Real Estate Marbella on Mar 9, 2016

How to Avoid Lifestyle Creep

Financial planner Sammy Azzouz writes: “Why aren’t more people rich? All too frequently, sufficiently high income earners prefer to emulate the rich’s spending habits, spending more as their income grows. You can call it ‘keeping up with...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 8, 2016

U.S. Consumers Waste 31% of Food Supply or $161.6 Billion Per Year

According to National Institutes of Health, U.S. consumers waste up to 50 percent more food than Americans did in the 1970s. In fact, 31 percent—or 133 billion pounds—of the 430 billion pounds of the available food supply at the retail and consum...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 5, 2016

Huge Personal Debt Raises Worries in Wealthy Qatar

Spending lavishly on credit cards and struggling to repay loan are the universal personal finance problem that happened around the world. In Qatar, where government subsidized citizens with free healthcare and generous salaries funded by rich gas res...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 4, 2016

4 Biggest Money Mistakes Couples Make – And How To Avoid Them

When it comes to money, the issue can be a nagging source of resentment and tension. To keep a financial harmony in the relationship, couple need to learn to work together to create financial roadmap. Jon Dulin on Money Smart Guides details the 4 bi...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 4, 2016

How to Budget Using a Simple and Flexible Strategy

Budgeting allows you to identify wasteful expenditures, adapt quickly as your financial situation changes, and achieve your financial goals. Creating a budget will decrease your stress levels and help you prioritize your spending and manage your mone...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 3, 2016

Free Apps To Track Your Spending

With the ever increasing access to credit cards, controlling your spending can be a problem. If you have problem with spending more than you can afford, there are 12 free apps to track your spending. Here are some of them: Mint: Helps users create bu...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 2, 2016

Digital Wallets That Can Stay in Pockets

Google is testing digital wallets that can stay in pockets. Google product manager Pali Bhat describes the new way pay without having to even take smartphones out of their pockets using verification by facial recognition. “Imagine if you co...
by Personal Finance News on Mar 2, 2016

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