11 Facts You Didn’t Know About The Retail Indian Investor

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Book Club – The Millionaire Next Door

I have always been a voracious reader. My first memories of my reading addiction are the fortnightly trips to a public library with my father and sister. My quota of 2 books used to be consumed before the 2-week timeline and I would end up reading the same books repeatedly. My mother actually had to […]
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Follow Friday – Dear Debt

Debt. The one word which elicits a myriad of emotions. Debt. An enabling yet a blow-in-the-guts instrument. Debt. A long-term binding spiral that can easily get out of control. If you relate to any of the above statements, then you are not alone. Today there is a large number of people who are coming out […]
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Top 5 Spend Tracker Apps

Phew! I just completed one of my first experiments thanks to Elementum Money. As promised I filled in my exact spends for a month in 5 chosen manual spend tracking apps for a one-month test run. The results are out! CHALLENGES DURING THE QUEST It was not easy. Not only is a new (good) habit […]
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7 Lessons I learnt in my Investment Journey

  It has been over 7 years since I have started working and really standing on my own two feet. 7 years of starting to earn, spend and manage money. However, for a long time, my money was mostly coming into the account and being spent. There was no pattern to it or any thought […]
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Follow Friday: Budgets Are Sexy

  You must be living under a personal finance rock, if you have not heard of the blog featured today. Yes, I am indeed talking about Budgets Are Sexy. While it’s not like I had not heard of J. Money or his sexy blog earlier, my methodology so far for any blog that I feature […]
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7 Reasons Why Early Retirement Is Not For Me

“There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of people you love. When you learn to tap this source, you will truly have defeated age.” -Sophia Loren Since the time I have started OD-ing on personal finance blogs, one of the […]
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Buying Life Insurance? Ask these 15 questions before signing the dotted line

In the last post in our series on life insurance, I am hoping that I have convinced you of the need to have life insurance under your name, in case of financial dependents. Now, that you are ready to take the final step to signing on the dotted line of buying a life insurance policy, […]
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Follow Friday – Stefanie o’ Connell

What can you say for someone who has just graduated acting school, is struggling as an actress, realizes she doesn’t like to be the glamourized state of “perpetually broke” and does something about it. She reads up everything that she can about money and personal finance and starts a blogging platform from the back of […]
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11 Reasons why Retirement Planning is important

A few days back I landed upon this wide global research undertaken by HSBC – The future of retirement. They surveyed over 18000 respondents across 17 countries (including India) to ask them all things related to retirement planning. Personally, I see the result as a major wake-up call. 47% of working people in India have […]
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