Given that women are at the receiving end of most marital and financial problems, it’s no surprise that men in similar situations are often ignored. Here are the legal rights that married men should be aware of.
Consider the partner’s life stage before taking a decision. If he is at the start of his career, he may be short of money. Or if he is launching a startup, cash could be tight. Silence on the issues of money can be ominous and signals a warning.
The most complex and insidious traits that tend to remain hidden in daily dealings, rise to the surface in these very financial matters. If you spot these behaviour patterns in your partner, understand how these could impact your life and finances after marriage.
We list some financial red flags that can hint at bigger problems you may not be able to rectify in the future.
The couple's goals include building an emergency corpus, buying a house, saving for their children’s education and weddings, and for their own retirement.
Rs 4,45,150 crore was the total deduction availed of by individual assessees in AY 2018-19, while Rs 3,17,845 crore was the total tax paid by them.
While it seems like an easier, cheaper and flexible option, taking loans from relatives can complicate and sour your relationship. Here are five pros and cons of taking a loan from your family members.
Das has no loans and other liabilities. His other goals include building an adequate retirement corpus and enough funds to take a Rs 10 lakh foreign vacation every year after retiring. This amounts to a corpus of Rs 3.75 crore.
Usually, women do not know their financial or legal rights or how to secure these either when they are married or while they are going through a divorce. This story tells them how to secure themselves financially and their rights during a divorce.
Whether you are opting for a mutual consent divorce or contesting it, here are the details you should know.
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