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    Wealth management during crisis

    International Women’s Day: How you can financially secure the women in your life

    International Women’s Day: How you can help the women in your life be financially independentIntro: Against the theme of International Women’s Day o

    Expert take: Estate planning is a crucial part of retirement planning

    Besides investing, just as important a part of your retirement planning is estate planning. Many tend to overlook succession planning and leave it f

    Despite investment, insurance, and credit card why you must have emergency fund

    If you have an adequate emergency fund it will not only help you in dealing confidently with many of the emergencies of your life but also save the high borrowing cost. Besides it will not let such emergencies derail your long-term saving and investment for other financial goals.

    Money tips for the 'sandwiched' moms

    (Based on text by Riju Mehta)Many women these days find themselves in a position that can best be described as ‘sandwiched’. They are constantly juggling and caught up between looking afte

    8 point plan to pass on your assets to spouse, children, heirs

    8 point plan to pass on your assets to spouse, children, heirs

    Many think that there are some major process and paperwork involved or that costs might be high to pass on the assets. There are simple things to do

    Can my son stake a claim in my self-acquired property that I have willed to my daughter?

    If the property is self-acquired, you can will it to anyone you want and, despite being a legal heir, your son cannot object to it or lay claim over it.

    Money & relationships: How to improve your spouse's money habits

    In case of financial conflicts, the first step is to identify all the friction points. Instead of extrapolating your irritation over one money habit to generalisations and character assassination, it is better to sit down and list all the money-related issues you have with your spouse.

    Why registering a ‘living will’ is an arduous task despite SC guidelines

    It turns out that authorities and those keen on registering a living will are both struggling in the absence of standard procedures at the central or state level to implement the SC guidelines. The practical difficulties have triggered a demand from stakeholders for a comprehensive law on end of life care.

    Time is money: 10 tips on how to utilise your time to the fullest to enhance your wealth

    Increased efficiency will help you to achieve good results in the professional space, leading to better career prospects and earnings potential. The right balance also leads to quality time for family and friends. Here's how to implement and use these smart moves.

    Did you know a sound will can also be contested? Find out where you can go wrong and how to avoid it

    Did you know a sound will can also be contested? Find out where you can go wrong and how to avoid it

    Though there is no surefire way to create an ironclad will, drafting a technically sound and factually precise document can help minimise the chance

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