TomorrowMakers

Love & Money

About the eBook: 

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. Part one is a fun take on love and money, while part two addresses the more pressing concerns of couples by offering advice on making finances a delight, rather than a drain, on your relationship. As a bonus, part three features ideas to spark conversation and candid talk from couples on love and money.

Contents:

  1. About this e-book
  2. Love & Money: The interconnection
  • How you’ll get your love if you have money & vice-versa?
  • Financial Harmony
  • What your major expenses should be?
  • Starting the money conversation with your mate
  1. How spouses run out of sync about money?
    • When she makes more money- How to deal with the insecurity?
    • How to keep husbands happy if you make more money?
    • Common money problems among couples
    • Financial infidelity: What’s that & how to stop it?
    • Uncommonly smart financial solutions
  2. Couples get cozy over finance
    • How wives’ earning power can change everything positively?
    • Getting richer together
    • Seeing financial goals as one
    • Building a collective financial portfolio- Asset Allocation and diversification
  3. Conclusion and Analysis

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

MOST RECENT