Financial Freedom

Financial freedom is very subjective and depends on how you define it. Before achieving financial freedom you must define it. What does it mean to you? For some financial freedom is to have an early retirement, for some, it is to be able to choose the career path they love even if it pays less. …

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Surprising your partner getting too expensive? Not anymore!

Happiness is an unexpected present. Surprise your partner with something they want and let them know how special they are. Nothing like looking into the eyes of your loved ones when you surprise them with their most longing gift. Gifts for her Astonish her with a 1 Carat Solitaire Ring costing around Rs 1.35L today, …

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Celebrate at affordable prices!

They say the most pure form of love is what we receive from our parents. They love with no expectations. It’s unconditional. That said, it’s not a bad idea to do something special for them. What do parents expect at 60? A peaceful retirement. What can you give them at 60? Not much except for …

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How to plan finances for your kid’s education?

Education is a major expense as school and college fees are skyrocketing. Gone are the days when you could manage your child’s school and college fees with your monthly income. You need to be well prepared in advance to be able to pay for them. There are a number of child education plans that you …

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Dreaming of a dream home? Know how much to invest!

Nothing is better than going to a peaceful home at the end of the day. Even better when you know it’s your own home. I’m sure people always dreamt of living in a home that they own. Independent villa or apartment, they need something that they can call as their own and it surely needs …

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5 ways to get better at investing

You don’t have to be an investment guru to be a successful investor. Every seasoned investor has a few tips and tricks up their sleeve and we’ve chalked out a few good ways in which you can make informed investment decisions. 1) Get a personal financial advisor If you’re new to investments or are not …

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