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Financial insecurities in a relationship and how to overcome them

As a married couple, it is absolutely necessary to let your spouse know about your financial situation to make sure you don’t hit any roadblocks.

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5 Money arguments that can prove toxic in a relationship

Money often costs too much – most time relationships. Here’s how you can avoid dangerous money habits

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Love and Money

Noticing the polarizing effects finances can have on the most committed of couples, we take the complexity out of it by laying down some ground rules.

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A working woman's guide to maintaining work-life balance

Are you missing out on creating special memories with your family or friends? Here are some tips for you to maintain an ideal work-life balance.

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Do you and your partner disagree over money issues? Here's how you can achieve financial compatibility in your relationship

It may seem like an impossible task but achieving financial compatibility with your partner is possible with these tips.

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5 Money lessons to give your child in today’s digital age

As a parent, you wear many hats – including those of friend, teacher, and guide. There are some things that cannot be taught in the classroom, and handling real-world finances is one of them.

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How does a woman's financial situation changes when she gets married?

Today’s woman is independent, educated and empowered. But as you step into a marriage, a new phase of your life, how do you treat your financial changes?

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5 Tips to balance your friendship and work life the easy way

Here are some suggestions on how you can nurture a beautiful friendship in the midst of a busy working life.

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What are the financial rights for cohabiting unmarried couples?

Unmarried and living together? Here’s a list of varied financial, property, and parental rights you definitely need to be aware of.

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5 Ways to enjoy your best friend’s wedding without going broke

Your best friend’s wedding is a super-exciting time, but it can turn out to be an expensive affair. Smart planning can help you enjoy the grand occasion without emptying your bank

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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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