Category Archives: Money Management

Should You Invest In NPS After This Year’s Budget Announcement?

While the NPS hasn’t always been a popular choice, the latest updates from the Budget 2017 makes it a more viable option for retirement savings. Read on to know more.

7 Money Tips Inspired By Pablo Escobar

What can a $30 billion drug empire, some personal jail time and a few bullets in the chest teach us about money? Quite a lot! Here are some money tips inspired by one of the savviest drug lords ever – Pablo Escobar.

9 Things Indians Tend To Overspend On

We decided to do a little bit of digging to find out what we Indians tend to overspend on. What we found is not just amusing but also thought-provoking. Take a look.

A Financial Match Made In Heaven?

Valentine’s Day is here! It’s that day when you proclaim your love for each other. You know you are the most compatible couple. But is that true when it comes to money matters? Find out.

5 Ways To Get The Heart Racing This Valentine’s Day

Gearing up for the most romantic month of the year? Here are 5 ways you and your better half can get your hearts racing this Valentine’s Day.

What Households Can Learn From The Union Budget

Did you know that households can learn a thing or two about budgeting from our Union Budget? Let’s explore more, shall we?

How Women Invest Differently Than Men

We have been arguing for a while about whether men are better or women. While this never-ending debate continues, we thought of analysing how women invest differently than men. The results were interesting!

5 Fantastic Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas For The Money Minded

If money’s on your mind and you’re looking for some no-frills attached gifts for your partner this Valentine’s Day, you can choose from our 5 fantastic Valentine’s Day gift ideas that don’t cost a kidney.

5 Post Retirement To-Do’s That Don’t Include Babysitting Your Grandchildren

Retirement is meant for spending time with your family. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you should spend all your time babysitting your grandchildren. Read on to find out more ways to spend your time constructively.