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Finance for Women

How the basic savings bank deposit helps in the financial inclusion of women

Studies have shown that giving vulnerable women access to financial tools, providing ways for them to keep their money safely empowers their confidence and increases their growth.

Why it is important to have a nominee for your investments

Women are especially vulnerable to being exploited for money during times of emergency.

If you plan to take a loan, you must start paying more attention to your Credit Score

Availing a line of credit can be potentially life-saving during emergencies, especially for women, who might not always have solid securities or assets that they can pledge in a moment’s notice.

Why working women must hire financial planners, and what they need to look for

Women are prone to taking decisions that may not be in their interest because of familial pressure or listening to misguided advice.

From Risk-O-Meter to ‘100 less your age’, what you need to know before investing

Investing depends on your own personal circumstances, like your age, your economic situation and your goals. But there are some things everyone should keep in mind.

This Akshaya Tritiya, don't just buy gold, invest: 3 ways explained

These three ways will help you invest in gold without needing to buy jewellery.

The freelancer’s guide to financial planning: Creating ‘savings buckets’ is key

The flipside of freelancing is that the income is never a steady amount that you’ll receive every month, which can make financial planning challenging.

Three things women need to know to master money

Number one: Time Value of Money, which is the idea that money today is worth more than money tomorrow.

Getting letters from the Income Tax department? Don’t panic!

Here's what you can do if you receive letters from the Income Tax department.

How to plan a holiday this year by taking full charge of your money

Although holidays are a great deal of fun, they do come at a cost.