Valentine’s Day is regarded as a romantic but expensive occasion by most couples, and this is mostly due to retail companies jacking up their prices during the celebration. As soon as February starts, one can expect the costs of flowers, chocolate arrangements and dinner plan to be more expensive than usual. With that said, you do not need to burn a hole in your wallet to celebrate the occasion well. It is possible to have an enjoyable, budget friendly Valentine’s Day with these following tips. 1. Cook The Meal There’s nothing more attractive to a woman than a man who[…]

The Wuhan virus or 2019 Novel Coronavirus has affected the world in many ways across various industries. The tourism industry has seen a drastic decline with travel being closed off in a few regions across China. Many countries are concerned about the spread of the Wuhan virus and have taken extreme measures to bar the Mainland Chinese from entering. The Coronavirus has since spread to more than 27,000 people and has claimed more than 500 lives. Currently, there is no confirmed vaccine for the virus, causing worldwide paranoia of contracting the flu. The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared[…]

Myth #1: Financial planning is only for the rich Misconception The general perception of having financial planning is that it is for the wealthy. The middle class and the poor do not have the surplus or the allocation in their financial state to think about financial planning and savings due to their circumstances. A person who is living from paycheck to paycheck would have to think about stretching what little income they have into paying bills and surviving from month to month. The thought about financial planning would not be their priority. Most low-income earners are mindful of the fact[…]

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