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Try this amazing method to attract money into your life

When you feel good about money, it starts coming to you in amazing ways
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How to ruin your financial life

20 disastrous money habits. Follow even one of these, and you might as well flush your money down the drains
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7 common money mistakes that Indians make

Often, your community influences your approach to money and personal finance; but such influences are not necessarily in your interest
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Financial planning tips every Indian woman should know

Financial planning for women for their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and beyond
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Everyone has money shame; this is how you get over it

Almost everyone has negative emotions associated with money. But there are ways to heal your relationship with money so that you can enjoy a meaningful equation with it
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What you can learn about investing from captain cool MS Dhoni

While cricket and investing are poles apart, the ordinary investor would do well to emulate some of the Indian captain’s sterling behavioural qualities

Why not making a will is a BIG mistake

Wills and nominations are perhaps the most neglected aspects of financial planning but their urgent importance cannot be overemphasised

Personal finance: start early, plan yearly

Plan your investments from April to April to sit easy as others scurry around at the financial yearend meeting their tax tallies

How your emotions rule your money

Kate Levinson explores the complex and often confusing relationship between our emotions and our finances
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Mindful money practises

In our effort to impress everyone else, we create trouble for ourselves when we shell out for things with money we don’t have
Manoj Khatri — Editor of Complete Wellbeing
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