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6 Effective Tips for Safe Mobile Banking

Mobile devices make our lives easier in many ways: improved communication capability, unlimited knowledge at our fingertips, access to an endless cache of cat photos, etc. While many areas of life are made easier through technology, this convenience also comes with added risk. They say, “with great power comes great responsibility,” and as the popularity of mobile devices mounts, individuals ... Read More »

10 Top Personal Finance Bloggers to Follow in 2021

With the new year right around the corner, one of the top things you’ll inevitably want to focus on will be your finances—especially after a year like 2020. To help you accomplish that, here is a list of some of the best financial blogs in the space to help make your journey easier, along with a little entertainment along the ... Read More »

Writing a Personal Finance Blog – Things to Keep in Mind

Writing might seem easy! But it’s only when you start to curate a post, that you realize the minute details and formats that you need to adhere to. And when it’s about finance blogs and articles, the difficulty levels multiply. A HubSpot study conducted recently highlighted that about 47% of the customers refer to three to five web content pieces ... Read More »

80 Personal Finance Blog Ideas: Post Inspiration to Get You Out of a Rut

Stuck for ideas for your finance blog? Writer’s block hits all of us at some point, and it can be frustrating. If you’ve found yourself sitting in front of your laptop not knowing what to write about, we have just the thing. To inspire you to make your next personal finance blog post amazing, here are 100 of our top content ... Read More »


For many, money blogs are a much-needed source of guidance and inspiration. Personal finance can be complicated. There’s budgeting, saving, credit cards, investments, loans, retirement plans, insurance – that’s a lot to think about! And even before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, money was tight for many.  According to the Federal Reserve, 39 percent of American adults wouldn’t be able to cover a ... Read More »

Where to buy Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, etc in Thailand (Cryptocurrency update)

Cryptocurrency has been ‘hot’ and ‘hip’ for a bit now and some might say it even los its initial appeal ever since it has become more mainstream. With it becoming more mainstream is also saw a wider audience engaging with it and more and more platforms opening up and offering Cryptocurrency trade for everyone. You don’t need to be a ... Read More »

Soaring Metal Prices May Delay Energy Transition

The world’s historic pivot toward curbing carbon emissions is likely to spur unprecedented demand for some of the most crucial metals used to generate and store renewable energy in a net-zero emissions by 2050 scenario. Prices could reach historical peaks for an unprecedented length of time—and even delay the energy transition itself. A resulting surge in prices for materials such ... Read More »

Empirical analysis of internet banking adoption in Vietnam

Abstract This study defines and measures the key factors driving consumers’ adoption of internet banking in Vietnam, and comprises both qualitative and quantitative research. Qualitative research was carried out through focus group discussions with 12 consumers, while quantitative research was conducted through interviews with 475 bank customers in Vietnam. The results indicate the following: (i) the adoption of internet banking ... Read More »

Some Of The Best & Cheapest 10 Year Fixed Mortgage Rates!

A 10-years fixed mortgage rate keeps the similar interest rate as well as monthly payment (exclusive ofvariations in insuranceandtaxes) over the periodof 10-years loan. The cheapest 10 year fixed mortgage rates allow the debtor to settle the mortgage quicker and stereotypically has a little interest rates. But once-a-monthcosts are higher than the fixedmortgagesrate that have lengthier terms. So, let’s now ... Read More »

Standing Committee on Finance submits report on personal tax deductions

Exemptions and deductions in personal income tax, “should be continually revisited, rationalised and eventually scrapped in tandem with moderation of tax rates,” the Standing Committee on Finance recommended in its report on demand for grants. The report backed the government’s move of gradually doing away with deductions, exemptions and complicated tax structure for taxpayers. “However, terminal benefits available to retiring employees should not be taxed ... Read More »