Debtless Life – Debt Consolidation

Debt-free life has become a real enigma. While some swear that this is not possible in modern times, others claim that everything can be done with a little sacrifice and patience. However, not everyone is willing to give up all sorts of pleasures that often come to their heads just to be a plus on…

The Importance of Financial Planning

Would you like to have more control over your financial life but do not know where to start? Or do you have no real sense of the potentialities and need to plan your finances? In this first article we will explore, what is financial planning for individuals, their role in our lives and what are…

Tips to improve your financial habits radically

The organization and control of our finances is an activity that can seem exhausting and confusing. The amount of time we have to invest to keep our income and expenses in order is often perceived as excessive. However, there are many ways to better control our finances and make our work much more productive, without…

Make Your Savings Survive for the Entire Year

After the Christmas celebrations, inns and exchanges our finances can be a bit destabilized. Every year thousands of homes in Mexico have to face the financial hangover of the beginning of the year, popularly known as the January cost, making adjustments to their budget, tightening their belts or even requesting money loans to pay their…

Debt forgiveness for citizens of Slavonia – Debt Consolidation

Increased cost of living, reduced purchasing power and a prolonged economic crisis have led large numbers of citizens to severe financial debt and insolvency. According to Good Finance data, 11.14% of working-age citizens of Croatia are blocked (12.65% in Osijek-Baranja County, 11.74% in Vukovar-Srijem County). Perhaps the just-signed Agreement to Mitigate Citizens’ Financial Difficulties, as…

Borrow with low interest rate – Loan Rate

The interest rate is a percentage fee of the total loan you take. It is usually calculated annually, which means that an interest rate of five percent means that you pay exactly five percent of the remaining loan amount annually. It is the interest rate that determines how expensive a loan becomes, which is why…