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How to invest in stocks like a pro

There are certain things to adhere to when you begin investing in the stock market

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The two ways of investing – active and passive; what’s your choice?

Active investments are popular in India while the West likes the passive route. Each method has their attractions.

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What are the basic rights for pregnant women in India?

One of the most joyous times in a woman’s life is impending motherhood. During this time, it’s imperative to know one’s rights.

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5 Women-specific financial products you must take advantage of today

Did you know that there are financial products designed specifically to give women an advantage? Here’s what you need to know about them.

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Sukanya Samriddhi Scheme: What is it and how it benefits the girl child?

Sukanya Samriddhi Yojna can help provide a bright future for young girls across the country. Here’s how it can help parents and their daughters.

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Do you spend as much as these actresses on beauty products?

Costs of beauty products and treatments are high, but that doesn't stop these actresses from spending money on them.

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Financial snakes and ladder

Much like in Snakes and Ladders, in the game of life too, some decisions catapult you to success, while some send you back to square one.

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Is buying gold as an investment a smart option for working women?

While most women would love to have gold of their own, not all of them want to wear it. You can purely look at gold as an investment too

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How women should track their financial goals between 20-60 years?

This article will walk you through a roadmap of where you should ideally be, financially, in every decade of your life – your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s.

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Managing a child’s financial expenses: A mother’s perspective

Want to efficiently manage expenses for your children’s future? Here’s what you must know.

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How I did it

Kunal and Nita
Software Professionals

We are a family of five, with two kids and my mother who takes care of the house. Nita and I are both software professionals. Initially, with the kids, we found our expenses spiralling and were not left with anything to save or plan for our future. 

We decided to classify each major… Read more

Vaishali Pednekar
Teacher

I believe life is too short to not to indulge in things that make you happy and I love myself some retail therapy. However, I found myself in a financial disarray a couple of years ago. Sometimes I was overspending and falling short on my bills, but mostly it was just poor planning.

I… Read more

Payal Singh
Media Professional

I have just started working as a journalist. Though as a newbie my salary is not a lot, I still make it a point to save. My parents are middle-class salaried people who have built a great life by saving small amounts for years. They have taught me the importance of saving. With the help of my… Read more

Mukesh Keswani
Businessman

I run my own fabric business. I have recently bought a house and a car. So I have large sums of money going into EMIs. This makes it even more important to have a tight hold on my finances. I have kept both EMIs on auto debit on the 10th and 25th of the month. This way it does not put undue… Read more

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