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Money and relationships: During coronavirus, here's how to help others without hurting your finances

Many people are in distress due to the impact of coronavirus, financial or otherwise. Such situations are entirely beyond one's control. Here’s how you can help family or friends who ask for assistance during the current crisis without hurting your own finances.

Estate planning: What are the coparcenary rights of a daughter in a joint family business?

The Hindu Succession Act 2005 gives the daughter the same rights in a coparcenary property as the son. By birth she becomes the coparcener in her own right in the same manner as the son.

Coronavirus lockdown: 3 ways households can lend a financial helping hand to the underprivileged

Without a community that respects the services of workers, and chips in to support by way of demand where possible, subsidy where needed, lending where feasible, and charity without loss of self-respect, how would we protect the vulnerable?

Family finance: Aggressive investment will help Bhardwaj achieve all money goals with ease

Kuldeep Bhardwaj's goals include building an emergency corpus, buying a house, taking a vacation, saving for children’s education and weddings, and retirement.

A coronavirus-led recession is coming. Brace yourselves: View

A coronavirus-led recession is coming. Brace yourselves: View

This won’t be a stop and start cycle, because the real economy is so interwoven and interdependent.

COVID-19: 8 things you should do now instead of investing

The problem around us is real, and the world has not yet found a solution.

Family finance: Aggressive saving by Patil will help him achieve goals with ease

Patil's portfolio includes cash of Rs 1 lakh, debt worth Rs 35.8 lakh in the form of FDs, PPF and EPF, and equity worth Rs 20.2 lakh in the form of mutual funds and stocks. His goals include building an emergency corpus, buying a house, etc.

How you can use mutual funds to plan for financial goals

Everyone has goals set for themselves that they want to achieve at various stages in life. At least a few of these are related to money. Some goals are long-term, like retirement plannin

7 money issues in your relationship that are red flags

Is this situation a temporary setback or a perennial one? If he/she is simply transitioning from one financial pitfall to another, then that's okay but if he is doing this constantly and e

Family Finance: Wadhwani needs to defer his money goals till income increases

Family Finance: Wadhwani needs to defer his money goals till income increases

Hunny Wadhwani's goals include building an emergency corpus, saving for his wedding, buying a car, and his retirement.

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