Money and Finance

What You Need to Know About Stocks in a Post-Pandemic (Coronavirus) World

Written by Mark Pringle
If you have never invested in stocks, you are probably leary about doing so now. The recent COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) pandemic and the associated social and economic turmoil have resulted in an unstable investing environment. However, once this perilous time is over, there are some essen Read More

The Top 10 Things People Collect While Traveling

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
In almost any industry, there are all types of collectors and things people collect, from more conventional items like sports cards, stamps, train sets, sneakers, and automobiles to unusual things like umbrella cover sleeves and National park stickers. The travel industry is no exception. In it, Read More

How to Choose the Right Bank - Factors to Consider

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Choosing a bank is one of the most important financial decisions one will ever make. Different banks avail different financial opportunities to their customers. For instance, one bank can offer free checks, high-interest savings accounts, low maintenance fees, etc. It is therefore wise that one cons Read More

People Who are Smart with Money Assume Bad Things Will Happen

Written by Mark Pringle
Life is not all about flowers, fun, and good times. Sooner or later, bad things happen that can affect our happiness and finances. According to, “…Since 2005, commonly reported causes of bankruptcy include reduced income, job loss, credit debt, illness/injury, unexpected expens Read More

How To Finance Africas Development And Transformation

Written by Ekoja Okewu
What if as a leader, you discovered that the treasury was empty? When the question of financing development and transformation pops up at Africans, they think it is all about pumping millions of dollar into the hands of her citizens or building some sort of gigantic structures in the name of infrast Read More

Is Your Savings Account with a Local Bank? Yeah, You Might Want to Change That

Written by Mark Pringle
If you are like most people, you probably bank at an institution close to where you live. Understandably, convenience is a crucial factor when deciding where you should bank. The ability to be able to talk to a person face-to-face provides a much-needed level of comfort and peace of mind when you ha Read More

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