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Adult kid's emotional traps that can harm your financial planning

Blind love for kids can deprive you of your life’s savings or risk your retirement. Financial dependence is never a good situation to be in, either for adult children or parents. Especiall

Does your spouse lie to you about money? Here's how to deal with financial infidelity

Financial infidelity is more common than we think. There are some harmless forms, where the couple simply hides a spend to avoid an argument. Then there are serious forms where the family’s long-term financial goals are put to risk.

The 50/30/20 rule for managing personal finances

How should your income be divided among necessities, luxuries and savings? Luckily, there's a thumb rule.

7 steps that will make your kid a financially independent adult

How you train your child as a kid will determine how he/she behaves as an adult. It is essential that you start inculcating in children the good money attitudes and habits right from the

Is there a way to ensure that will is not challenged in court of law?

Is there a way to ensure that will is not challenged in court of law?

It is optional to register a will, however, it can be challenged in a court of law if it has errors even if it is registered. Keep in mind that ther

Money & Relationships: What are woman’s rights in a live-in arrangement?

It is important for a woman to know her financial rights whether in a marriage or in a live-in relationship to avoid the shorter end of the stick. Over the years, Courts have also defined the rights of a woman financial and otherwise.

Fear of missing out? 4 ways it can take a toll on your personal finances

The 'fear of missing out' often leads to poor investment choices that can have long-term ramifications.

Worried about economic slowdown? Here is your survival kit

One of the surest ways to combat external uncertainty is by controlling the controllable: that is, managing your sphere of influence and not bothering with the rest.

How to make changes in a will

A will is a legal declaration of the intention of a testator with respect to his property. If a person dies without making a will, he is said to have died ‘intestate’ and in such a case,

Should you discuss money issues with children?

Should you discuss money issues with children?

Isn’t it better to keep the kids away from money issues? Why burden them with something they don’t understand or can’t help with? While this may be true for some issues or for certain ag

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