If you haven’t discussed the most anticipated budget, even if 20 days later, are you even a Personal Finance blog? Honestly no. So, even though I wasn’t very happy with the budget, I realised it would be silly to not … Read More
July is not a month I really look forward to (apart from my mum’s birthday). For me, July is synonymous with 4 words – File Income Tax Return. It’s an annual duel of words that me and my father … Read More
If I had to answer that question in one word, the answer would be – nothing. No, really the Union budget 2018 means nothing for the salaried middle class.
To say that this budget is disappointing for people like … Read More
For years, February was a month I always associated with the budget – separately done for Rail Budget and for Union budget towards the end of the month. I still remember trying for years to read the exact script of … Read More
As promised, I am back with a concluding post about the aspect of Tax Planning. In the last post, we covered fair ground by talking about why you must claim what is rightfully yours, what are the 4 main … Read More
Ah January! The time when we have the freshness and the drive to turn over a new leaf, most of us at least. Just yesterday I was having a fun conversation with my colleagues about new year resolutions. We were … Read More