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

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

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How women should track their financial goals between 20-60 y…

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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4 Ways to create additional sources of income

Diversifying your income sources sounds better than having just one. Let's consider some strategies to add extra income streams

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6 Books for women to learn the art of investing

Here are some books that will help you understand the investing strategies

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A new mom's guide to earning an income without a full-t…

Quit your full-time job to care for your baby? That's no reason to stop earning. See how new supermoms earn without a full-time job.

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Going through a divorce? Here is everything you need to kno…

Divorces are agonizing. However, following these steps will make the process little less stressful.

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2.7 crore EPFO members exposed to data theft

The Aadhaar seeding portal has been shut down after confidential data was stolen. Here’s what you need to know

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Financial planning pyramid

Confused about money management? Take a look at this financial pyramid to understand planning finances better.

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How I did it

Vivek
Corporate Executive

Invest wisely and invest early, to make sure that you live tension free in your later life. I am working towards it, or at least that’s what I hope. I managed to save a small portion of my earning even when I was earning very little like an early jobber. I still have those low-risk… Read more

Biplob
Scientist

Credit cards are your friend, but only if you use them wisely. If you start spending over and above your means, you fall into the dreaded credit trap, where you earn only to pay off your previous month’s dues. And end up using credit to meet the current month’s expenses. I am reasonably… Read more

Rohan
Sales Manager

As a newly married person, I wanted only the best for my household. So when we started getting our new life decorated with things that every household requires, we splashed the cash generously. This was over and above the lavish wedding that we had spent for earlier on. Most of it was our own… Read more

Jayanta
Financial Specialist

I had started working four years ago. I would like to believe that I am still in that age bracket where people earn to spend and not necessarily save. However, there have been occasions where I have genuinely regretted spending on something and often pondered what would have become of the money… Read more