PM Modi’s Masterstroke: Get your iPhone for free*

Are you here for the masterstroke or the iPhone? Well, let’s get you the iPhone first. The budget for 2016–2017 by the incumbent government states that anyone earning less than 2,50,000 doesn’t have to pay any taxes. Earn anything more, and you’re in the crosshairs of the taxman. Now, what if I told you that …

Continue reading

Changing Your Story with the Breakup Fund

That bitter moment has come when you have to accept the truth. Things have changed. The initial bliss of moving in with your boyfriend is now replaced by two strangers silently living a bad decision. Walking away is the only solution, but in this moment of heartbreak, harsh reality sets in. In happier days your …

Continue reading

Getting Married? Tips for Money Management

Getting married is a huge step in your life and it changes a lot of things. The way you live, the way you spend and the way you manage your money. This also depends heavily on whether you are the sole breadwinner in the relationship or if your spouse earns an income too. As if …

Continue reading

5 Financial Planning Tips for Second Time Parents

Some parents go all the way out planning for the arrival of a second child at home. From tidying up the house and making it child-friendly, to buying dozens of clothes and toys, the preparation just doesn’t seem to end! Having a second child is a life-changing decision and there are only three things that can …

Continue reading