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It’s a unanimously asked question and yet few know the correct answer, or even the approach needed to reach the correct answer. So, let’s clear the air around this once and for all, taking care of your insurance woes!
Starting with the basics - a term Insurance is a life insurance product which, for a certain period of time, gives financial coverage to the insured person. In this way, it can be used to secure the financial needs of the dependents one may have. Should the saidMORE
An engineer or doctor? An astronaut or company secretary? An athlete or a writer?
Being a considerate parent, you often find it difficult to help your child choose a potential career. But the million dollar question is – how to find the right career path for your child because it is possible that like you even s/he doesn’t has a clue about his/her interests. Ideally, the career choice of your child should be a combination of their inherent abilities and passion. As a parent,MORE
The New Year is here! That means another year of opportunities and loads of possibilities to realize your true worth! But unless you have a proper outlook towards achieving your goals, they will remain resolutions without being actualized. So here are our best tips to make the best of the year to come - if you follow these tips sincerely, you’ll be able to follow all your resolutions easily!
Tip #1: Make your lifestyle a healthy one
Wanting to lead a betterMORE
India is a melting pot of multiple cultures, belief systems, and ways of living. Each culture also has its own way of celebrating a New Year, welcoming the year still to come in the way that is in accordance with their beliefs. While most of the world celebrates the New Year on 1st January, following the Gregorian calendar - it happens differently in India.
Some states follow the Lunar calendar, while other use the Solar calendar as their reference for time. And each New YearMORE