Budget 2023-24: What’s Changed for Your Personal Finance?
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget 2023-24, the last full budget of the Modi government before India sets off for the Lok...
MAS Team | 03 February 2023
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How to Build an Emergency Fund?
Emergency or contingency fund is an integral part of your overall finance. The purpose of the emergency fund is to provide a strong cushion for your...
MAS Team | 11 November 2022
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How to Use the F.I.R.E Method to Retire Early
One thing that everyone is trying to achieve now is financial freedom. Today, retiring early is not just a fancy concept but a fundamental financial...
| 24 June 2022
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Explainer: Everything You Need to Know About the NPS
It is that time of the year and as you rush to complete your tax planning for the year, we have put together all the information you need to know...
MAS Team | 29 January 2022
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How to Tackle Financial Emergencies Without Breaking Investments?
Financial planning involves creating different layers of investments, each with its own purpose. Often, planners will advise on creating emergency...
MAS Team | 06 August 2021
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Know the different types of Wills
Wills are an important part of the financial planning process. A will is a legal declaration that spells out a person’s wishes and intentions,...
MAS Team | 09 April 2021
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Five Budget Announcements that will Affect Your Financial Planning
The Union Budget announced on Monday had many important points in regards to an investor’s financial planning.
MAS Team | 05 February 2021
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Have switched jobs? You may want to transfer your old PF account to avoid losing interest
The Employee Provident Fund account is a retirement savings account opened by an employer for their employees to contribute some money every month.
MAS Team | 16 January 2021
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How to Plan and Invest for Your Child’s Goals in the Right Way?
We get a lot of queries from parents who are interested in creating an investment portfolio for their child.
MAS Team | 25 December 2020
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Are Joint Accounts Better for Succession Planning?
Many inquire about the usefulness of a joint account, with their spouse, children or parents, as a way to transfer investments after death. Joint...
MAS Team | 21 December 2019
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How to improve your credit score after a downgrade
Credit score is an important indicator used by lending institutions to gauge the risk of the borrower. Individuals with a sufficient credit history,...
MAS Team | 13 December 2019
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4 Sources of Bad Investment Decisions, and How to Tackle Them
Without external help, it is a challenge for any individual to find a suitable product to invest. Even those who present themselves as advisors...
MAS Team | 23 November 2019
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How to Plan for a Person with Disability – Part 2
Last week, we discussed the various government sponsored health schemes available to disabled persons. However, the health cover provided under these...
MAS Team | 08 November 2019
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How to Plan for a Person with Disability – Part 1
Based on India’s census data of 2011, there are 27 million people with special needs, in a population of 1.2 billion. This means that about...
MAS Team | 02 November 2019
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What’s your real return?
MAS Team | 16 December 2016
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Financial Literacy for Sports Stars
Sport stars need a special kind of financial literacy because they have a strange kind of earnings profile. This is how their financial life looks....
MAS Team | 08 April 2016
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Cricketers Pathan brothers prove even the rich need financial literacy
Cricketers Irfan Pathan and Yousuf Pathan have filed cases in the Delhi High Court to recover more than Rs2 crore plus 15% annual return on missed...
MAS Team | 02 April 2016
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Ignorant but Confident about her “investments”: Why Saina Nehwal needs a dose of financial literacy
Saina Nehwal, who turned 26 this month, may be an ace badminton player, but that doesn’t make her an expert in managing money
MAS Team | 23 March 2016
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People compare financial products online, but don't buy them!
Going by this consumer behaviour, driving the sale of financial products on e-commerce websites such as Flipkart and Snapdeal would be really...
MAS Team | 04 March 2016
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