Category: Financial Freedom

Emotional Spending: 5 psychological triggers to curb

Most individuals tend to buy things in order to fill an emotional void. Here are five psychological triggers leading up to emotional spending.

Global Financial Inclusion Trends

Scan the United Nation’17 SDGs and you’ll find financial inclusion as an enabler and target of eight of the seventeen other developmental goals for 2030. How is the world performing?

Honey, let’s talk money? Financial Talk In Your Relationship

Matters relating to finances can be a tricky terrain to navigate in. Throw in a relationship and emotions and it becomes more challenging. How can we talk money with our partners?

Giving The LGBT Community The Financial Recognition it Deserves

Many nations have offered official support to the LGBT community, first with decriminalisation and then with recognition. But for their financial recognition, we have a long way to go.

8 Personal Financial Lessons To Master Before 30

Financial literacy and the way you handle money comes with a steep learning curve. Fret not! Here are 8 financial lessons you should master before 30.

How To Start Building Your Emergency Fund

The existence of an adequate emergency fund can prove extremely useful in times of a financial crisis. Here’s how you can start building your own emergency fund.

5 Financial Lessons COVID-19 has Taught us

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused major financial concerns for most of us. Here are 5 tips to better equip yourself financially, without compromising much on your current lifestyle.

Crazy P̶o̶o̶r̶ Misunderstood Millenials

Two days ago, I woke up to a Twitter Trend called #BoycottMillenials. I genuinely wanted to understand what my Starbucks sipping, Ola rolling, Swiggy eating generation did wrong to be called out as destroyers of the Indian economy. It all started when Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman built a connection between Ola and Uber with the auto industry […]