Submission Open for IJTEM Volume-2, Number-11, November 2019 | Submission Deadline- 20 November, 2019


International Journal of Tax Economics and Management

Personal Financial Management and Taxation

Author: Filiberto Russo | Published on: 4 September, 2019   Page: 28-41

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Abstract
Modern times are characterized by a high emphasis on consumerism and more of everything. Perhaps, such phenomenon represents, according to many the hyper-materialization of modern life which inevitably puts more pressure on our financial resources. Our children are demanding more in terms of clothing, activities, and various other possessions; while we are no longer content with 2 pairs of shoes but 1/2 dozen at least, to say the least. This means that we need to earn more to keep in line with our material requirements, or rather to keep consuming. In this article, we will discuss personal finance and their contributions. The purposes and strategies will be discussed here.

Keywords
Purpose; Attributes; Broadcast; Importance.

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    Filiberto Russo
    Faculty of Economics
    Libera Universita Mediterranea
    filibertorusso53@gmail.com