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Personal Hygiene Startup Clensta Raises INR 3 Crore In Debt

The company plans to use these funds to expand its D2C business and continues to work towards creating social and environmental impact in a responsible, transparent and sustainable manner

Akshit Pushkarna

How to Use a Side Hustle to Improve Your Personal Finance Situation

These three simple tips will help you use your side hustle as a way to improve your finances.

Wendy Coop

Federal Judge Signs Plan to Resolve Puerto Rico's Bankruptcy in a Record-Setting Move

The plan comes nearly five years after Puerto Rico filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.

Chloe Arrojado

Dimming Outlook on Global Economy Could Fuel Social Unrest: World Economic Forum

According to the Global Risks Perception Survey (GRPS), which is part of the WEF's most recent Global Risks Report (pdf), a whopping 84 percent of respondents expressed pessimism about the world outlook, with 23 percent saying they're "worried" and 61.2 percent saying they're "concerned."

The Epoch Times

Surging Inflation Could See Millions of American Households Paying $3,500 in Additional Expenses This Year: Report

PWBM, a nonpartisan research-based initiative, estimates that the historic levels of inflation will require the average U.S. household to spend around $3,500 more in 2021 to achieve the same level of consumption of goods and services as in 2019 or 2020.

The Epoch Times

IMF Warns of Interest Rate Risks as Global Debt Surges to Record $226 Trillion

Loose monetary conditions combined with fiscal stimulus and pandemic-related supply-side disruptions have pushed inflation in a number of countries to multi-decade highs.

The Epoch Times

Debt Collectors Can Now Text, Email, and Send Direct Messages to Borrowers on Social Media

New rules approved by the CFPB clarify how debt collectors can use email, text messages, social media, and other contemporary methods to communicate with consumers.

Received Extra Cash? Should You Invest or Pay Off Debt?

Have you come into some money and now face the eternal conundrum: Pay off debt or invest? That's a tough one, but you do have options.

Melissa Brock

Received a Lump Sum of Money? Here's What You Might Want to Do Next

Received a large sum of money? After you finish celebrating, now what? Let's walk through a few options.

Melissa Brock

How to Avoid Getting into Debt in the First Place

It seems like summer always becomes the most expensive month of the year for my family. Between summer vacations, landscaping projects (why are rocks,...

Melissa Brock

How to Squish These Four Types of Debt

You may want to know the difference between secured debt, unsecured debt, revolving debt, and installment debt because it helps you understand the consequences if you forget to make a payment. Or worse, it helps you understand the consequences if you decide not to make your payments at all. Let's take a quick look at these four debt types and how to handle them.

Melissa Brock

How to Zap $1,000 of Debt Quickly

Curious about saying "Buh-bye" to $1,000 of any type of consumer debt? Let's explore how to get it done.

Melissa Brock