Babaji, our driver of several years, visited us last weekend at Mumbai. It was a joy to see him well settled in his village after his early retirement to return to farming. ...Click on Read More
It is easy to spot the Cavendish banana in supermarkets. Buyers like its soft and non-speckled skin, its easy peel and sweet taste. Among the thousands of varieties of banan...Click on Read More
Vidhi is a 30-year-old accountant, working in a CA firm. She has just received her much-awaited annual bonus for Diwali. Nothing is quite as nice as having some extra ...Click on Read More
Once the initial grief of a loved one’s demise passes, the family has to deal with property held by the deceased person. Very often, family members are left with physical ...Click on Read More
Kavita and Manav are a young couple. As two individuals with different viewpoints and sensibilities, they are finding it difficult to plan their investments. Manav is an agg...Click on Read More
While investing, it is important to ensure that in the event of your death, your spouse is able to access the investments easily, without having to deal too much paperwork. ...Click on Read More
Kavita and Anil are in their early 40s. Both have been avid investors, and have saved diligently for the education and weddings of their two daughters, as well as other goal...Click on Read More
By Uma Shashikant As deposits pour into bank accounts across the country, we are bewildered by how much of capital was simply hoarded without being put to use in a poor...Click on Read More
Change creeps in without notice. Not always enveloped in drama, it settles in as we go about our lives. When we pause to look at what might lie under ordinary everyday event...Click on Read More
By Uma Shashikant My neighbour has a simple question: Is it necessary to take risks? She has been a diligent saver all her life and is quite happy with her financial po...Click on Read More
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