Rachna Monga Koppikar aka The Great Gruhini is a finance writer who’s worked with India’s leading publications for well over a decade. Having swam and mastered the treacherous waters of corporate and personal finance, she is now on a mission through her blog to make every Indian woman a Money Savvy Woman and a Money Savvy Mom!
Budget 2018 seems to be an enabling budget for Indian women. It is, however a mixed bag with tax on long term capital gains and an increase in cess.
Are you a woman who wants to handle your own finances? In the new financial year, look at these tax options for a good retirement plan.
You are a woman and want to buy your own property? Here is a handy women's guide to buying real estate, that can make things simple.
Money Smart is a comprehensive guide for Indian women to navigate through the complex world of saving and investments.
Here is all that you know about the Govt. of India designed Sovereign Gold Bond. Remember the offer ends today!
Here are a few tips to smart shopping this Diwali. These handy tips will help you shop all you want without over spending.
Financial independence isn't just about being able to earn money; it's also about your ability to save and invest wisely, says the Great Gruhini.
If you are an entrepreneur, then you must register a trademark for your brand name or logo. Read this post to learn how to do this.
From encouraging us to plan for health emergencies to making your gold purchases useful, Budget 2015 tells us to save and invest more thoughtfully.
Your domestic helper deserves financial security. In just three ways, help the most important set of people in your life become financially strong!
New Year resolutions are made to be broken! But what if you could break that pattern? Here's how to stick to your New Year resolutions.
On this Children’s Day, let’s take a vow to raise Money Savvy Kids. Teaching children early of the value of money makes a big difference to their lives ahead.
The task of raising impatient, entitled kids lessens the joy of parenting. Here's a smart strategy to raise kids who can be patient with their demands!
For women, ageing often comes with financial vulnerability. Here are the first steps you need to take towards financial security.
Donating to flood relief is not an invitation to dispose your expired, spoiled items. It involves responsibility and sensitivity, writes a donor to the Jammu and Kashmir flood relief efforts.
Freedom to me means choices about earning, spending, saving or investing money which every working woman, housewife or entrepreneur is able to make on her own.
Did you know teachers in India are eligible for a gratuity payment by law? Share this with every teacher you know.
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