Category Archives: International Women’s Day

4 Sportswomen Who Can Teach Us A Thing Or Two About Investing

While we certainly admire the tenacity and sheer skill of the world’s top female athletes, they exhibit certain traits that we would do well to mimic when investing our money.

How A Married Woman Can Protect Her Financial Rights

A marriage brings with it a whole lot of responsibilities. But are you aware of what rights you enjoy? Read about them here.

Top Indian Finance Trends- Women Taking Bigger Home Loans Than Men, Paperless Loan Approvals & More

Here are 4 top Indian financial trends you should know about! Women are taking higher home loans on average, non-metros want more travel credit cards and personal loans, and paperless approval of loans are on the rise!

What We Can Learn About Money Management From Women

Are men and women completely opposite in nature when it comes to finances? While that may be a bit of a stretch, there are some things we can all learn from the ladies.

Lessons For Womankind From Some Of The Most Phenomenal Women in History

This women’s day let’s take a leaf out of the books of some of the extraordinary women who made history through sheer grit and unshakable persistence.

7 Successful Women Entrepreneurs In The Indian Start-Up Space

Women across India are slowly taking over the start-up ecosystem. Here are seven of them who’ve proved that gender doesn’t play a role in running a company.

Financial Equality: We Ken Do It!

To celebrate Women’s Day, we’re going to drive home the fact that there’s no place for financial inequality in today’s world. Here’s an entertaining yet educational clip on how bridging the financial gap between men and women is more important than ever.

Financial Inequality: #IAmNotOkayWithThis

Ever heard of financial equality? Yes, we are talking about women having an equal role to play in financial matters, from household budgets to long-term investments. This Women’s Day, let us, the 21st-century men, stand up against financial inequality. #IAmNotOkayWithThis