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5 Fun activities you can add to your financial bucket list

Here's a list of some rewarding goals that women can consider putting in their bucket list since the thrill of being able to meet these milestones is unparalleled.

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How to tackle credit card dues with the Debt Snowball Method…

Don't let piling credit card dues bring you down! Try the Debt Snowball Method.

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How women can categorise their finances

Here's how women can categorise their finances to make the process of handling and dealing with money matters easier.

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Financial abuse is a real thing. Here’s how to tell if you’r…

Women may think they’re doing the right thing by sharing the responsibility or helping a partner financially, but they may actually be getting financially abused.

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6 Money habits to stop right away!

Do you find yourself in a financial mess every month? Here's how you can break those bad money habits.

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6 Ways you can infuse a daily saving habit in your lifestyle

How do you ensure daily savings in a world which will not allow any? Read on.

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How and why should a woman secure her post-retirement life?

How can a woman plan towards building an adequate retirement corpus to create a pension safety net.

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Budget 2019: Initiatives specific to women?

Union Budget 2019 – how does it impact the women of India? Let's take a look at the promises made and the assurances given.

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3 Ways a homemaker can invest and add to her wealth

Are you a homemaker looking for ways to contribute to the family finances? Here are some ideas

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5 Women-specific financial products you must take advantage…

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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How I did it

Rahila Khan
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

Piya Sharma
Chartered Accountant

I am a CA by profession. As my training has taught me, investing is a big part of my financial strategy. I am slightly risk-averse and invest heavily in mutual funds, FDs and ULIPs. I stay away from the stock market. 

As the household expenses are taken care of by my husband, I use most… Read more

Rajesh Singh
Corporate Executive

Growing up I did not have much other than the bare necessities. Though my mom tried her best, she could not fulfil our wishes. I always knew I had to study and improve my life. Today, I own a bike, a car and my own humble house. This has only been possible because of my prudent wife.

We… Read more

Suraj Chandwani
Gas Station Owner

I like to work hard and live a good life. I want to give the best to my wife and son, as well as my parents who live with us. I own a gas station in the suburbs of Mumbai. I had taken a loan to set up my business. So a major chunk of my earnings goes in repaying the loan. I also have a car loan… Read more