Tips for adjusting your budget when facing a crisis

After the 2008 global financial recession, this is what Martin Khor, the then Director of South Centre, wrote – “ The causes of the global financial crisis are to be found in the financial and economic policies of the developed countries, primarily the United States (US). Developing countries are not responsible for it, but they […]

Bolstering Financial Wellness Programs for Remote Employees

After the pandemic, work from home has become a norm rather than an anomaly.  A sudden, big shift in the corporate landscape has been witnessed, and organizational activities such as meetings, deadlines, action plans are now well-tuned to work while we sit comfortably in our living rooms. However, there is a major problem – related […]

Extending Financial Wellness Into Retirement, With Technology

Financial Wellness is an integral part of everyone’s life. Essentially, financial wellness refers to effectively managing one’s economic life. It can include different aspects, such as spending while keeping one’s financial capacity in mind, being prepared for emergencies, having access to and making use of tools and information necessary for making sound financial decisions, and […]

Financial Wellness – All about having the financial freedom to make choices.

In the present evolving workforce, businesses are revaluating how they approach employee benefits. In the endeavors to draw in and hold top ability, organizations are meaning to make all the more engaging advantages programs. They are thinking about new, progressively extensive ways to deal with benefits. Considerably more significantly, they are pondering the make-up of […]

The Relationship Between Yoga & Financial Wellness

“Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving”. This infamous quote by investing tycoon and philanthropist Warren Buffet summarises the criticality of managing your finances effectively and consistently. Financial wellness or financial well-being can be summarised as efficiently managing one’s economic life. It includes many factors such as […]

This Father’s Day, Let’s Remember His Financial Advice With #PapaKehteHain

In many homes across the world, especially within our nation, fathers have been traditionally responsible for the financial well-being of their children. This has extended to their role of teaching a child how to sustain themselves when they are on their own. This Father’s Day, let’s celebrate some of the absolutely vital, key pieces of […]

Financial Wellness: The New Must-Have Employee Benefit

The employer-employee relationship has come a long way in today’s time, having evolved from being merely a linear chain of command in the workplace to a dynamic and multi-faceted relationship transcending the boundaries of a workplace.  In times where financial wellness and financial planning are an inalienable part of every individual’s life not just in […]

Are the Late 20s The Most Financially Stressful Period of Your Life?

As any 20 something having lived in the 2010s would concur, financial planning and money management is a critical skill to have in today’s day and age, perhaps more than in any period before. It’s a common belief that your late 20s are the most financially stressful years of your life. Which is partially true. […]

Powering Financial Wellness for Corporate India: EarlySalary’s Employer tie-Ups

As an increasing number of organisations across the globe recognise the paramount significance of financial wellness programs for their employees’ financial health and well-being, a common awareness in the corporate sector is the concern about financial literacy among new and existing employees. 72% of the employees in Indian workplaces had no idea about how to […]