Loan/Credit in french, from Latin ‘credere’ believe Confidence, esteem, consideration that someone or something enjoys, Provision of money or property to a trusted third party, in exchange for a promise of repayment. In accounting, something that contributes to an enrichment.
Taxes A definitive and authoritative debit, in exchange for services to be rendered to a community. In a democracy, a citizen’ choice authorizing a State to take, in legal currency(1), a part of the wealth,
Cryptocurrency is the new craze all over the world. Every investor who has already bought digital assets such as Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum, and USDC is trying to learn how to sell cryptocurrency to make a profit. But is it that easy? No, it is not. Any incorrect timing means making a loss within the volatile environment.
When learning how to sell your cryptocurrency, there are numerous things you need to know such as using the right platforms, reading price charts, and most importantly, knowing when … Read more
The middling pressures of life can turn you into an anxious mess. When you encounter changes in life, you may express your stress through physical or emotional reactions. There’s a boundary to the amount of stress any human being can endure. Moreover, these limits also vary in every individual. Needless to say, too much stress can make you feel sapped and affects your mental and physical health.
Some people develop stress from childhood, while some find it becoming a problem later in life. Regardless of when the symptoms begin, the effects … Read more
What makes Tesla different from other electric cars?
Around 328,000 electric vehicles were bought by Americans in 2020 but around 75% of those EVs sold were from just one brand. Yes, you guessed it right, it was Tesla. Tesla Motors accounts for about 80% of the EV market in the country. And even if EV sales constitute about 2% of the total car sales in the US, the Silicon Valley automaker has the largest share in the EV pie.
What’s more interesting though is the fact that Tesla has been able to … Read more
How does the value of your car depreciate over time?
Cars have always been the carriers of our fondest memories, which include those fun summer beach trips with your friends, that first feeling of getting behind a steering wheel, those goofy adventures in the wild with your family, and many more.
The land of America can rightly be termed as ‘CarNation’, with each American spending almost 51 minutes behind the wheel every day. That equates to a whopping total of almost 13 full days of driving every year. For avid car enthusiasts, this figure … Read more
Covid-19: How consumers are buying cars and how the auto industry is responding.
COVID-19 has changed our lifestyles. It has changed the way we work, we travel, the places we eat at and also obviously the way we shop. And this change has drastically impacted businesses and the auto industry hasn’t been spared either.
After a good run in the first couple of months of 2020, auto sales tumbled for the rest of the year. While there was a steady demand for crossover SUVs. The Nissan Kicks and the Honda CR-V, didn’t sell out … Read more
Natural calamities have all the potential to cause irreparable damage to your car. Especially calamities like floods can render the car useless. And such calamities come unannounced. Suppose you hitch a boat on your brand new Nissan Pathfinder and set out on a river trip to the Mississippi river and suddenly it starts flooding. Now, even if you come out safe from the flooding, the flood has done the damage. That’s where having your vehicle and insurance that cover becomes extremely important.
What are Uniform Fuel Efficiency Standards, and why are they important?
Since the start of the 21st century, several emission norms have been enforced to keep pollution under check and prevent a climate disaster. Although the shift to electric cars has started worldwide, with Europe and China leading the charge, internal combustion cars still make up over 98% of sales. The sales are a clear indication that IC cars will be around for quite a while longer. As of now, 14 states along with California have higher standards than the rest because of higher … Read more