Rupee Rani

Finance for Women

Divorced Mom? Rupee Rani tells you how you can save for your child’s future

Don’t let anyone bully you into believing that focusing on money or finances makes you a heartless person.

The name’s Bond, Gold Bond: Rupee Rani on this govt issued investment option

If you must absolutely buy gold, why not consider the government issued Gold Sovereign Bonds instead?

How demonetisation hit women: One year on, Rupee Rani takes stock

India may have gotten rid of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes overnight, but it’s going to take a while to get rid of all the ways in which we mistreat our women.

Women and savings: Got ₹5,000 a month? You can make it a crore in 20 years

Women often think they do not make enough to save - no amount is too small. Here is how you can start small and make it big.

Rupee Rani: Why women must insist that any new property is registered in their name too

Having property in your name too when you buy as a couple will help you get tax benefits.

Swiping the credit card away for Diwali, ladies? Don’t fall for the ‘minimum due’ trap

Rupee Rani explains how you can spiral into debt when you pay only the minimum due on your credit card bill.

Are you going to be a mom? Here are some pro tips on how to nurture your money

From insurance to career tips, Rupee Rani tells you what you need think about to give yourself and your baby financial security.

Rupee Rani: Is it smart to pump your life’s savings into a wedding that is a one-day affair?

If you have to spend more than 40% of your total savings into your wedding then reconsider your plans.

Rupee Rani: Want to start investing? Opening a Demat account is the first step

Your Demat account is the first step of what I hope will be a very long, and fulfilling journey.

Rupee Rani: Here’s everything you need to know before signing up for a loan

Irrespective of the nature of the loan there will be terms and conditions written in complicated language that you will attest your agreement to.