This post shows a step-by-step data driven budgeting process. It takes away the emotional aspect of spending money and is rooted in hard data.
This post shows a structured way of approaching investment rather than product based or chasing highest returns.
Achieving financial independence need not be complex and not a privilege of sophisticated investors.
Your personal finance can be like the weather – sunny, rainy or just about right. While we cannot control the weather, we can do something about our finances.
This post talks about the financial behavior that we parents knowingly or unknowingly pass on to our young teens and adults.
Planning your finances through an annual calendar keeps you in control.
How to cut the noise and plan your investments in a safe and optimal manner.
A new perspective to budgeting and how to pay yourself first.
Throughout my journey with personal finance, and through the mistakes and learning, I compiled a list of Top 5 questions that come to my mind, time and again.