With 2020 forcing us to adapt and play multiple roles in our daily life, the one good thing we’re seeing is greater levels of gender parity with respect to day-to-day household tasks.
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.
Has financial planning taken a back seat for you? No worries! Focus on these three areas and you’ll be back on track.
Financial planning isn’t quite different for men and women. However, given the selfless, caring nature that women inherently possess, they could ignore their own finances. So, here’s the plan to get it right.
They say that women aren’t great with money. But, we don’t think so. Maybe it’s time all you women out there step up your game and show them.
In this article, we address four common myths surrounding women and money management. Check them out!
Here’s a list of the top financial priorities that women across the country have shared with us. Maybe this will help you prepare yourself for your own financial future.
A marriage brings with it a whole lot of responsibilities. But are you aware of what rights you enjoy? Read about them here.
Divorce for many can be messy and can wreak havoc on your finances as a couple. Here’s how it can also pull down your Credit Score.
As we move towards deeper levels of a gender-equal society, here are some things that women are doing better than men when it comes to finances.