Category Archives: Personal finance

Want to save money? Here comes 4 tips for saving!

Saving money is not always easy. It is not always comfortable either. Saving still may be necessary. It would be good, that you always have some extra money on your bank account because unexpected expenses could easily appear. Here are … Continue reading

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How students could control financial problems?

When your status says that you are a student, it usually means that you don’t have so much money to spend. You have just enough money to pay the rent every month and buy the necessary groceries. Nothing more, nothing … Continue reading

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The struggle called student income limit

Every year, thousands of students have to keep accurate calculations about their annual income. Or if they don’t do that, it might backfire, because if the student income is higher than the income limit allows it to be, the part … Continue reading

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Tips to manage your personal finance

It`s important to manage your personal finance correctly, especially if you have low income. As a student, I need to budget my costs precisely if I want to save any money.  So let me introduce you four good tips, how … Continue reading

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Why you should consider taking out a student loan?

Have you applied for a student loan already? If not, what are the reasons why you haven’t? In my case, before I started studying I announced that I would never take out any loan during my studies, because I didn’t … Continue reading

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How to start investing?

A Good way to make a quite a lot money (but it can also take a lot as well) is investing in the stock market. With so many stocks out there can sometimes can put your head confused and you … Continue reading

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Three tips for students on personal finance

According to Kela, the Finnish Social Insurance Institution, the average student earns 7 720 € in a year. The sum includes all social benefits except study grant. Compared to the average income of a Finnish employee in the private sector, which … Continue reading

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What Does the Future Hold for the Ice Hockey Team Espoo Blues?

I’m sure that it’s clear to everyone who follows ice hockey that Espoo Blues is struggling financially and most likely the company behind the logo, Jääkiekko Espoo Oy, is going bankrupt . The situation involving Espoo Blues’ finance has been in … Continue reading

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Why are you not investing?

  Over a third of Finnish people are not investing, according to a survey by TNS gallup ordered by Norvestia. At the same time half of the people say that they keep their money in their bank accounts for no … Continue reading

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Take the money!

A quote from Kauppalehti by Professor of Economics in University of Jyväskylä, Finland ”Threats to expel every single student of economics In Jyväskylä University who doesn’t take out a long term student loan.” ”The Terms of a student loan are … Continue reading

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