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Unsure what to get during the lockdown? Here’s a list of ess…

In a state of panic, it’s normal for one’s mind to go blank and be unable to decide what and how much to buy, or what’s necessary or unnecessary. Here’s a handy list.

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How women approach money differently than men do

Women may spend more on shopping, but they also donate more to charity than men do.

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Don't have a steady income? Here are investment tips fo…

Here’s a quick guide to help you plan your investments and safeguard your present and future.

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What investment options can create a regular income for wome…

A look at some of the investment options a woman can opt for while creating a source of regular income for herself.

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5 Ways to make saving money fun

When you make it a game, saving money becomes a child’s play.

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Financial planning: When you’re single versus when you’re in…

Being single or in a relationship doesn’t just change your social media status or your weekend plans; it also changes how you budget and plan.

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Budgeting basics: Moving out of your parents' home

Moving out of your parents' home marks a new phase of your life and calls for some big decisions. Here’s what you need to consider, financially speaking.

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Want to increase your productivity? Try these motivation str…

If you feel you are in a rut, it is time to dig deep, find motivation, and increase your productivity levels. Here’s how you can do it.

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Why and when you should take your own financial decisions?

Wouldn’t you want to be in a position where you can confidently steer your financial path on your own? Read on to find out how.

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Why the Debt Snowball method is the best way for women to se…

Find out how you can clear up your credit card dues using the Debt Snowball method.

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How I did it

Praveen Nair
Retiree

Ever since I retired, I have looked forward to the festive season with added zeal. It is the buzz that I need once in a year in my laidback post-retirement life. I like to celebrate the occasion, get the house painted or renovated, buy gifts for my dear ones or go on a vacation. These things… Read more

Swati Mehra

A couple of years ago I was over the moon after landing my first job. I celebrated regally during the festive season that ensued, only to land in a financial soup for the next few months. With gargantuan credit card bills and barely any cash left, I had no other option but to default the payment… Read more

Rohansh Pathak

It is highly unlikely that all the expenses made during the festive season were worth making in the first place. This is the time of the year when unavoidable expenses are bound to upset your budget plans, and you can do little about it. However, I have made it a point to have a look at the… Read more

Shubhra Banerjee
Homemaker

I am a single mother of one. I lost my husband just 5 years into my marriage. Life has been a struggle for me, but I have managed it and today I have no complaints. 

I was a young widow with a 3 year old son when my husband passed away due to a heart attack. My parents were my rock… Read more