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How to plan the down payment on your first house

Raising the first 20% of your future home requires as much planning and discipline as buying the property itself.

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With a little planning, any single woman can live alone comfortably

Living a comfortable life as a single woman in a large city is more than possible, if you plan for it in the right way.

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5 Warning signs that you need to take a career break

Do you drag yourself to work every day? Find out what signs indicate that a break from your job might be necessary.

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9 Important things to keep in mind before you open a savings bank account

Here’s what you need to know about savings accounts before you open one.

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7 Ways to save effortlessly for your first car

Are you planning to buy your first car? Here are seven ways to effortlessly save for your first automobile

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A millennial woman's guide to saving big on monthly bills

Saving up for a holiday or a major life event? A few small, smart tricks can go a long way in helping you save on monthly bills.

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4 Ways to get the most out of your pension contributions

It is never too early to start your retirement planning. Here’s how you can get the most bang for your pension buck.

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7 Financial swear jars you can create to inculcate a savings habit

If you have some glass jars lying around, some habits you want to build and some money you want to save, let the ‘swear jar’ concept inspire you!

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How and why should a woman secure her post-retirement life?

How can a woman plan towards building an adequate retirement corpus to create a pension safety net.

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An open letter to all single mothers struggling with their finances

This Mother’s Day, a single mother gives the gift of sound financial advice to all women in her position.

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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

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