Category: Finance & Money Infographics
A lot of people are forced to live in a debt from day to day. Can you even imagine the world where debt isn’t an option? Find out more about it in this intriguing infographic by the folks at PayPlan.
Forex, a combination of two words foreign and exchange, is simply a process in which the exchange of foreign currencies is done. Known with one more name ‘FX’, Forex has become the world’s most traded market, with a turnover of several trillions per day. This infographic takes a visual look at Forex trading.
Here is an infographic that is designed to help users understand the transition to EMV smart chip credit cards. It covers topics such as, what is a chip card, how do I use it, why is it better, chip card tips and more.
Credit scores play central role in the sphere of lending. Banks and other traditional loan places are unwilling to grant loans to borrowers with bad credit. However, it is not easy sometimes to keep your credit score fine and intact but it is very advisable to try your best in doing so.
We live in a globalized world where virtually all countries interact with each other. As a result the economy has become increasingly complex. Despite this, it is important to know what is going on in the world around you. Principles of Economics and Business has created an infographic that illustrates the most important facts and figures about the US economy at a glance.
There are certain type of loans a student can borrow to study. At the same time there are many different options available for student loan forgiveness and discharge. The following infographic examines these more closely.
This infographic from Balcombes Claims Management explores some of the largest pay-outs the world has ever seen, and looks at a wide range of areas like motor and even pet insurance.
Alternative investments can help you diversify your financial portfolio. Learn more about alternative investments in this infographic by the folks at ProShares.
How much does it cost your favorite sitcom families to live their day-to-day lives? The team at FatWallet went in search of the answers by dissecting The Simpsons, Full House, Family Guy, Rug Rats and more.
On August 11th, 2015, China changed the way the way the reference rate was calculated. This had immediate and long-term effects on the exchange rates of just about every currency. The following infographic shows the devaluation of the Renminbi against other currencies after 24-hours, 1-week and 1-month since the devaluation on August 11th.
This infographic takes the cost of living and compares it to the median income across 129 cities, across all 50 states in America. The cost of living is calculated as a composite index – meaning it takes the cost of things like groceries, healthcare, transportation, and other daily costs and factors them together.
This infographic from Company Rescue shows the priority of payments for people owed money when a business goes bust. It includes the employees, tax authorities, banks, shareholders and insolvency practitioners.
Bitcoin is quickly switching from “an investment commodity to everyday use” and Coupofy has enough data points in the following infographic to prove it.
Do you know what a chip-enabled credit card is, how EMV technology works and how to make sure that your credit card is chip-enabled? Well look no further. This infographic by CompareCards.com will provide you with all of the information that you will need to answer those questions.