The coronavirus has turned the life of many of us millennials, a generation that spends more and saves less, topsy-turvy. Will their attitude towards money change now? Host: Tania Jaleel; Producer: Paramveer Singh
Hi everyone and welcome to episode 73 of the ET Wealth Wisdom podcast
Here we are on day 66 of the lockdown
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In this week's podcast we will talk about the various personal finance measures that were announced as part of the government's Covid relief package, its impact on your money, and could the FM have done more for you.
It looks like coronavirus is here to stay for a while at least. In such a situation having health insurance and having an adequate amount of it becomes important. This podcast answers 9 questions on health insurance during times of Covid-19.
Housing portals allow you to pay your rent to your landlord using a credit card. You can also withdraw money from your credit card to pay your rent if you are short of cash. But should you take this route? Listen to the podcast to find out.
We are all under lockdown. And this Sunday it is Akshaya Tritiya, a time when buying gold is considered auspicious. At a time like this, how do you buy gold? In this episode, we will talk about how to buy gold and how much of it you should have in your investment portfolio.
As coronavirus spreads, greed is giving way to fear among equity investors. Experts advise increasing SIP amount or deploying lumpsum in a staggered manner to make the most of the slump and that is what this week's ET Wealth Wisdom is all about.
A 3-month EMI moratorium on term loans has been announced by the RBI, along with other relief measures to target the financial stress caused by Covid-19. In this episode of ET Wealth Wisdom, we try to decode it for you.
In this week's ET Wealth Wisdom we talk about insurance policies and COVID-19. When will your health insurance not cover you and what happens in case of death due to the virus, will life insurance cover it?
The spread and scare of coronavirus have compelled investors to raise questions about their stock market investments. This is not the time to invest, says our expert contributor Uma Shashikant. This pandemic calls for action and behaviour we have not known before, which is exactly what we shed light on in this special episode of ET Wealth Wisdom. Take note of this 8-point guide.
Your career is one of the biggest investments of your working life. Where the gender pay gap exists, it means that for the same work, you are getting a lower salary due to your gender. In this episode of ET Wealth Wisdom, we tell women what they can do to push for and achieve pay parity at work.
Before you start looking for tax saving investments under Section 80C, do a small exercise to determine how much you have already committed towards it. In this episode of ET Wealth Wisdom, we will tell you if you need to make additional tax saving investments this year.
In this week's ET Wealth Wisdom podcast, we list for you some of the common and not-so-obvious financial red flags—actions, habits and behaviour patterns—that can hint at bigger problems you may or may not be able to rectify in the future.
In this episode, we tell you about how the proposal to tax dividend income from mutual funds will impact you and why regardless of the changes announced in this Budget, dividend plans of equity funds were always a bad idea.
If you too are wishful about Budget 2020, then take notes from ET Wealth’s Babar Zaidi and PwC’s Kuldip Kumar, as they speak to us about taxpayers' expectations from the Budget, in this episode of ET Wealth Wisdom.
Poor spending habits, flawed notions about investing or plain ignorance and laziness are more likely to be the reasons you are unable to build a big corpus. In this episode of ET Wealth Wisdom, we point out 6 bad money habits and how you should tackle them.
Two out of three investors in equity mutual funds are pulling out their money within just two years. In this episode of ET Wealth Wisdom, we discuss why investors are not investing enough in equity and what they are doing wrong in doing so.
The Karvy Stock Broking demat account fraud has shaken the trust of retail investors in their brokers. In this episode of the ET wealth wisdom podcasts, we tell you how you should keep an eye on your broker.
Buying into investments is easy. What investors find difficult to understand is when and what to sell. In this episode of Wealth Wisdom, find out when is the right time to sell your mutual fund investments and what should guide this decision.
Your credit profile is key to getting good rates on home loans. In this wealth wisdom podcast, we tell you about some lesser-known aspects that can push up the interest rate and lower your credit score.
Every money scam is a strategically woven trap with psychological tools employed, such that the scamster can get the better of your logical thinking. In this week's Wealth Wisdom podcast we will tell you about money scams triggered by your emotions.
A recent ET survey found out that 65% want to move out of metros to tier 2 or 3 cities and 30% want to make the move in 5 years itself. In this week's ET Wealth wisdom podcast, we discuss other findings from this survey.
Lifestyle inflation not only hampers long-term wealth creation, but also leads to discretionary expenses. In this week's dose of wealth wisdom, we tell you how millennials, who are the most vulnerable to it, can combat it.
In this ET Wealth Wisdom podcast, we will help you decide if and when you should exit your mutual fund investments. All you need to do is ask yourself these six simple questions. The answers will help you figure out whether you should sell or not.