No matter how tough life gets, there is always a sitcom to comfort you. That’s right, today’s sitcom culture has completely reeled us in with its vivid storytelling & relatable characters.
With a towering reign of narratives and stories, we decided to pick out financial lessons from popular sitcoms. When there is money involved between friends, things can get dicey but definitely not if you were to handle it like these lovable characters below:
When you already have an unbreakable bond and a shared interest with a friend, running a start-up although hard, can be a joyful one. There is nothing like riding the rollercoaster journey of being an entrepreneur with your best friend. Max & Caroline from Two Broke Girls are proof of that.
Rules are rules. Period. This is what the great Sheldon Cooper from the Big Bang Theory follows to the T even with his best friend, Leonard, when they decide to become roommates. No matter how much you trust someone, ensure that when money is involved between friends, paperwork comes first.
Sometimes the best return of investing in friendship is probably having a cheerleader for life. It is not in cash but quite literally “kind”. Monica becomes the torchbearer of becoming financially independent to Rachel. With Monica positively propelling her and even allowing Rachel to live with her, Rachel later on follows her interest in fashion, pursues it and makes a stable career for herself.
Harvey & Mike from Suits live life on the edge. Be it the bold moves of Mike or the heralding lies of Harvey which always mean that they are on the cusp of yet another professional victory, having a partner in crime as they say is a must.
With tales of these characters we literally grow with every day, one truly realizes the sheer essence of friendship in life. This got you thinking about your own true friends, didn’t it?
Well, myPaisaa is here to give you yet another reason to remember them. All you have to do is refer your friend to myPaisaa. When your referee becomes a member of any chit plan, you both will receive 1% of the chit value as a bonus. Yes, you heard that right! With a successful referral, you will receive 0.75% of the chit value and your friend will receive 0.25% of the same.
Now, isn’t this exciting? It’s time to make the friends that count, truly “count”.
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