It is Time To File Your Income Tax Return. What’s Changed This Year?

The global (along with the Indian) economy, has had a tumultuous journey in the past year due to the setbacks from the global COVID-19 pandemic. However, with the vaccination process underway, we’re returning back to normal and all activities are resuming in full swing. In the midst of this, the BJP-led Government announced its Union […]

Budget 2021: What Does It Mean For You?

Featured image source: Moneycontrol The budget 2021 was definitely one of the most closely followed budget sessions. All eyes were on the Hon’ble financial minister Nirmala Sitharaman to announce some relief after a particularly tumultuous 2020. The budget did grab some eyeballs for being the first-ever paperless budget, so to speak, in line with the […]

How can you make your Valentine’s day special but in a pocket-friendly way?

The month of love has begun, with couples eagerly looking forward to celebrating Valentine’s day. The day can be really notorious for making you overspend, and can be quite expensive.  This is especially true if you’re looking to buy gifts for your Valentine, take your Valentine to a decent restaurant, or are planning a road […]

This Valentine’s Day, Go Sweet On Financial Planning With Your Loved Ones

It’s February, and with Valentine’s Day approaching, exotic holidays, chocolates, dates are the common denominator.  Irrespective of your age, gender, and marital status, the sheer joy of gifting something special to your loved one are priceless. However, it should not be limited to social splurges. This time consider a financial gift and experience the joy […]

The RBI Moratorium Saga In 2020: All You Need To Know

The coronavirus pandemic hit economies worldwide, and regulatory authorities like the Reserve Bank of India recognized the hardships that borrowers might be facing in repayment of loans in times of such uncertainty. Hence, as a relief measure, the RBI introduced EMI moratoriums on all term loans in March 2020. This was for a duration of […]

From GTA to Hitler, And Even Football: The Funny Side Of Coronavirus

Coronavirus has pretty much forced everyone out of their normal lifestyles and has created an air of uneasiness and gloominess across the world. As this duration of this pandemic increases, this tends to create mental health issues for many, which is just going to add on to an already bad situation. Plus, the internet is […]

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 […]

EarlySalary carES for Daily Wagers: Join Us and Donate Now

COVID 19 has caused extreme financial problems for even those with a steady income. The pangs of this pandemic have left no one, affecting all without discrimination of age, race, caste, gender, or social status. It certainly hasn’t differentiated between the rich and the poor, affecting everyone without mercy. While most of us are privileged […]

Mother’s Day During Quarantine: Consider Financial Gifts

On many occasions, your mother may have advised you about innovative ways to spend and save money. Her experiences would have taught you about the importance of financial backups, and the value of giving back. There is no way that you can ever pay her back, but on this Mother’s Day, you can express your […]