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Money & relationships: Should you discuss salary cut with your children?

While it’s a good idea to share the bad news with your kids and address the uncomfortable questions, here are a few things you should keep in mind before doing so.

Can family claim share in individual's PF after his retirement?

Provident Fund cannot be blocked by a family member during the life span of the PF account holder. However, after his/her death, those family members who are legal heirs, can claim right in his/her property.

New rules of personal finance: How COVID has changed income, spending, saving, investing

In the new world, across segments, income has vanished, reduced or has settled at a new low. The risk to income means families have learned to cut back on spending. Saving and investing are in the background as activities that represent a forgotten luxury.

How to manage financial transactions efficiently

When you review money matters, focus on evaluating the performance and suitability of your investments to your current need for income, growth and liquidity. Review your insurance needs every time you cover a milestone in life.

Make use of the lockdown, work on these career and life skills

Make use of the lockdown, work on these career and life skills

This unprecedented covid crisis has now proven to be a major threat for all on personal, professional and global levels alike. Though the impact of the virus on businesses, jobs is not uni

Retiring in the middle of this economic crisis? These 10 things can keep you financially safe

The problem with retiring in the middle of an economic crisis is that the value of your investments shrink. What looked like a comfortable corpus is now a fairly diminished bundle of wealth. These 10 simple points will tell you why you should treat this period as a pause.

Emergency fund is your insurance against unexpected income shortage. Here's how to build one

It is never too late to start building an emergency fund. The covid crisis too has bolstered the need for and reiterated its importance in the financial planning journey. Lay down rules that will help you create and manage the fund appropriately.

Covid and your career: Answers to your job worries and tips to protect money

In desperate attempts to ensure their survival through coronavirus, many companies and businesses have already taken painful measures such as pay cu

Covid cost you a salary cut? Here are 5 ways to deal with it

The impact of coronavirus on our jobs, industries, pockets has been one sad tale. If you are lucky enough to currently be employed or are looking forward to resume work after the pandemic

Higher order of coexistence is needed between the four household segments of society

Higher order of coexistence is needed between the four household segments of society

It is not clear if the coronavirus-led crisis will show us the path to a higher order coexistence where we care and contribute. The goods and servic

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