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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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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 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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Are you and your partner a (financial) match made in heaven?

A relationship is all about compatibility. Find out if you and your partner and compatible when it comes to money matters

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I was facing a divorce and here's how I prepared for it

This is the story of a woman who took stock of her finances while she was facing a divorce.

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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 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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Going through a divorce? Here is everything you need to know

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

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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

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