The Best Personal Finance Blogs You Should Be Following

When asked about our goals, we usually tie them to our careers or our finances. While our careers can definitely help us achieve our financial goals, delving into the world of personal finance can be a great complement to this. One way to supercharge your personal financial chops is to read some of the best  Canadian personal finance blogs — or fourteen of them. The world of personal finance in Canada can seem like a mystery to some, but what if it didn’t have to be? Regardless of your goals,…

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Make Your Money A Daily Routine

Starting a new routine in any area of life can be challenging. Be it changes to your finances, exercise habits, health or any other type of new routine, one of the best ways that you can increase your chances of success is to make it part of your existing daily routine. Making small changes to something you’re already doing drastically increases your chances to stick with any new habit. Here, we’ll take a look at some ways that you can make money a daily routine. Setting yourself up for success…

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10 Best Personal Finance Blogs to Increase Your Money Skills

Understanding and managing your finances can be challenging. But never fear — personal finance bloggers are here to save the day! At personal finance blogs, you’ll find the tools you need to get out of debt, save up for your first home, and more. These experts offer free tips, tricks, and explanations for complex financial concepts. Here are 10 of the best personal finance blogs that could help increase your money skills. Get Rich Slowly Launched in 2006, Get Rich Slowly is one of the original personal finance blogs. Before becoming a financial guru,…

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Deep Dive Into Decentralised Finance: Top 5 Lending Platforms

With decentralised exchanges or DEX, people can buy and sell cryptocurrencies directly with each other, without the interference of any intermediary  In order to facilitate this crypto activity, people connect their crypto wallets to a DEX, choose their crypto trading pair of choice, enter the amount, and swap their digital assets minting profits. In the first 3 editions of “DeFi Deep Dive”, we learned about “Valuing DeFi Blockchains”, the Top 5 DeFi Assets, and the top 5 Decentralised Exchanges. In this edition, let’s discuss the top five lending platforms. These are: Aave Compound Anchor Abracadabra Venus Millennial Millionaires…

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Expanded production and more money for research will get shots into arms faster

Vaccination is arguably the most effective way to limit not only the toll on human life and health but also the economic and social harm of a pandemic. This is why getting people vaccinated quickly is so important. Governments and international organizations could take several steps to accelerate global vaccination during future pandemics, promote more equitable and efficient distribution, and reduce incentives for export bans and hoarding. Two particularly important steps are advancing investments in vaccine manufacturing capacity and supply chains and financing for areas of research for which social…

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Finance 2025: Digital transformation in finance

Preparing for the future None of us knows for certain what the future will hold, but we all have a responsibility to be thinking about what’s likely to happen, and to prepare for it. In the finance function, that means working now to get the right people and technology in place to take advantage of the inevitable disruption ahead. That’s not likely to happen without a clear vision and strategy for finance in a digital world. Now is the time to step back and make sure your roadmap to that…

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Financial Management – Meaning, Objectives and Functions

Meaning of Financial Management Financial Management means planning, organizing, directing and controlling the financial activities such as procurement and utilization of funds of the enterprise. It means applying general management principles to financial resources of the enterprise. Scope/Elements Investment decisions includes investment in fixed assets (called as capital budgeting). Investment in current assets are also a part of investment decisions called as working capital decisions. Financial decisions – They relate to the raising of finance from various resources which will depend upon decision on type of source, period of financing,…

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Do CEO Duality and Ownership Concentration Impact Dividend Policy in Emerging Markets? The Moderating Effect of Crises Period

Abstract Despite developments of recent theoretical and numerous empirical studies on the policies effectively adopted by companies, the dividend distribution policy (DDP) remains largely unexplained. In this regard, the main purpose of the current study is to empirically examine the effects of both CEO duality and ownership concentration on DDP during a crisis period. Furthermore, we test, using an interaction variable, the moderating effect of the crisis period on the association between both the degree of CEO duality and the ownership concentration on the DDP by analyzing panel data on…

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5 Investments That Will Build Your Portfolio

5 Investments That Will Build Your Portfolio

There are many different ways to make money in this world, but there is nothing quite so thrilling – or interesting – as investments. At least that’s how many people feel, and it makes sense; by researching and studying so that you have a deep understanding of how investing works and of which investments to buy, you can see a good return on your money for relatively little effort. That’s not to say investing is easy or can be done on a whim. There is a lot to learn and…

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Integration Culture of Global Banks and the Transmission of Lending Shocks

We document that a centralization decision-making culture of global banks affects the transmission of shocks from parent banks to their subsidiaries. Using a novel measure of integration culture of multinational banking conglomerates based on the prevalence of a language of power and authority in financial reports, we find that subsidiaries of banks with a relatively more autocratic integration culture cut lending significantly more after solvency shocks to the parent company. Our result is robust to instrumenting integration culture with political and economic factors of the parent bank’s home country. Source:-…

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