While getting vaccinated for Covid-19 has opened many doors back up again, many of us are still rightfully against the idea of wandering too far away from home.
Credit cards can be a great way to teach teenagers about the importance of money. Although the very idea of putting a significant sum of money into an emotional young person’s hands may spark anxiety for some, teenagers can learn a lot about financial stability with a credit card.
Consider the following instances: A: If someone offered to give you AED 100 now or in a year’s time, you’re likely to take it now, without pausing to think about it.
Almost everyone aspires to greater financial capacity. Be it a dream house or wedding, family vacation or school fees, we find ourselves needing more money to be able to afford the things we need/want.
Events of the past year have underscored the need for UAE residents to have emergency funds and personal savings accounts. When times get tough, the tough have money saved away.
Ramadan can see your spending spiral out of control, but a little discipline and some clever advance planning can keep your finances on track during the holy monthAs we saw last year, the pandemic can intensify what is already a challenging month in many ways.
High credit card debt is not uncommon in the UAE. It starts small, with a tiny luxury here and a setback there.