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5 Financial habits your children can learn from you during t…

With all the learning your kids are doing during the quarantine, make sure to teach them some essential financial habits too.

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Good debt vs bad debt: What you need to know?

Here’s why some people fall in a debt trap while others manage to capitalise on loans

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31 ways to manage that March moolah

Have a look at 31 ways on how women can save money in March and how they can follow the same pattern for the rest of the year.

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Good debt vs bad debt: What you need to know?

Are you considering taking a loan? Find out if it's good debt or bad debt

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Important financial reviews: Do you conduct these?

Financial reviews are critical for good financial planning. Read on to find out which ones you should conduct and when.

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Locking your Aadhaar card biometrics can prevent misuse

Your Aadhaar card contains sensitive data that only you should be able to use. So how do you keep this information safe?

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How single women can build a financially secure future?

Single women should consider diversifying their investment portfolio with options, such as ULIPs to build wealth and secure their future.

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Stressed About Money? Here’s How To Deal With Financial Anxi…

As a woman, financial stress can stem from a myriad of problems. Here are a few tips to help you budget better as you dismiss negative thoughts related to financial crunches.

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Starting your first job? Here’s a financial checklist

As natural as it is to feel excited about the first paycheck, it is important not to fritter away the entire hard-earned money on non-essentials. Here is how you can have a systematic and functional financial plan.

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How I learnt about money management from my parents

Not all lessons have to be spelt out. I learnt a lot by just observing how my parents behaved.

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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