There are no tricks to securing your child’s future financially. Whether you’re a new parent or a fairly seasoned one, a little guidance can go a long way to ensure you’re doing it right.
In spite of a six months’ paid maternity leave that you’re entitled to in India, there are still some exigencies that you will need to financially prepare for during your maternity leave.
Money may seem like the least of your worries in your teens, but knowing these 12 money lessons will help pre-teens become financially wise adults.
Our CEO Adhil Shetty, penned a heartfelt poem for his daughter to mark her second birthday which co-incidentally also happened to be Father’s Day.
When your child reaches the milestone age of 18 years, there are a number of financial responsibilities that you will need to help them take on. Let’s take a look.
Teaching your children to invest from an early age prepares them to take on financial responsibilities with confidence later on in their life. Read on.
The future is uncertain and you may not always be around to take care of your family. However, by opting for a Term Insurance, you can ensure that your family is well taken care of in your absence.
Here’s everything you need to know about Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana Account. Read on.
Want to teach your children the importance of money? Start a Savings Account for them today. Here are 7 options for you and your child.
Parents often unwittingly expose their children to their own financial troubles which leaves a lasting impact on their kids’ lives- a phenomenon, psychologist Brand Klotz describes as ‘financial incest’.