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Some 90% of women will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in their life. By 2020, women are expected to control $72 trillion, or 32% of all wealth globally, up from $51 trillion in 2015. – CNBC, 2019
Gone are the days when women used to stand aloof from money matters. Modern women are breaking age-old barriers, and financial independence is one of them. With improved participation of women in the workforce, soaring careersMORE
“Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and most of all, enthusiastic parents with high expectations.” - Bob Beauprez
Raising children is one of the toughest jobs that you can ever do. As soon as that little human enters your world, various dynamics of your world shift to fit the needs and wants of your child. You want to be sufficient enough to be able to fulfil all your duties as a parent to the best of your abilityMORE
Freelancers are often associated with this laid back attitude, as they can work at their own pace. The common joke that runs on the freelance community is that it is the only job where one can work in their underwear, and no one would mind. But anyone who has had the blessing of watching Channing Tatum in Magic Mike will disagree.
Sure, as a freelancer you are free to decide your “work wardrobe”, get to work on projects that you like, have the freedom to set your schedule, all theMORE
Who does not aspire to be financially independent and lead a luxurious life? But have you ever given more thought on how that lifestyle is built and all that goes into the making of such a life?
Habits are what make a person- we become what we do. Many of us aspire to financial independence, but achieving it isn’t always possible without first changing some entrenched habits. Impulsively buying a cat-shaped kettle worth a lot of money will not help you boost your net worth, reflectingMORE
Millennials are often shamed for the lifestyle that they have adopted. The priority spectrum is differently constructed for a millennial because a good majority face unique financial challenges- from trying to tackle their crushing student loans, to trying to live up to the glorified Insta-worthy life. Amidst all the juggling, having adequate insurance, or having insurance at all, takes a back seat.
The common idea of “what will I do with life insurance? I am just 26!” is prevalent.MORE