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by Ravipal Bains. Originally published on Policy OptionsJuly 10, 2020 The acute financial impact of COVID-19 has raised fears of a slowdown in the pace of the movement to persuade companies to consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in their operations, investments and...
A credit card is simply a plastic payment card issued by a bank or financial institution to users to allow the cardholder to make a single payment to a merchant periodically. This means that the customer must make a single monthly payment to the issuing financial institution...
The real estate investing world has changed quite a bit in the past couple of years, especially since the pandemic. According to Andre Holloman of Andre Holloman Real Estate, foreclosures haven’t been the go-to source for investors as they once were. Banks...
How To Start Investing: An All-Inclusive Beginner's Guide lays out a few easy ways to get started. The first is to save 15% of your monthly income for retirement. Be prepared for retirement. Find an investment advisor in your local area today. Why 15%?...
There are probably a million and one questions in the mind of a beginner investor. It can be anything from determining when, how, and/or what to start, to understanding the intricacies of a plethora of options out there. The...
How to start investing in stocks is more complicated than you might think. If you are like the vast majority of people interested in making some money, you will most likely be amazed at how much time and effort it takes to successfully invest in stocks successfully....
A lot of us are guilty—at some point in our lives—of holding off on investing. For some, it’s the idea of putting our hard-earned money at risk to the market’s volatility; for others, it may be the lack of knowledge in terms...
Socially Responsible Investing- Socially responsible, green, ethical, or sustainable investing is any investment that considers both financial gain and societal/ecological good for investors considered positive by supporters.  Investing in industries, projects, products, and communities that consider environmentally responsible, socially...
Zero Based Budgeting is a type of budget management where every expense must be approved and justified for the new period. The expenses include rent, food, entertainment, phone bills, and any other miscellaneous expense. Once you have determined your expenses, you can prepare for savings.