Authors Posts by Kunal


Kunal is an ex-banker with a (largely self-proclaimed) flair for writing. He is an associate member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and an MBA from Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), Mumbai.
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7 Ways to save more and spend less on impulse purchases

The dictionary defines ‘Impulse’ as a sudden, strong and unreflective urge or desire to act. An impulse purchase, then, is a sudden and un-planned purchase, and like most things...

How to Cash in your government savings instruments — PPF and KVP

A prudent investor always diversifies his portfolio into a variety of asset classes. And while equities and mutual funds are the most prominent and, one might even say, glamorous...

How Men and Women Think Differently about Money

When it comes to dealing with money, there ought to be no difference in how it works for men and for women. After all, money itself is gender-neutral. But...
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7 Financial Decisions You will regret later

Arthur Miller once said that “Maybe all one can do is hope we end up with the right regrets.” For make no mistake about it, end up with regrets...
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5 Ways to cut your Healthcare costs

Spending on healthcare is easily one of the biggest items on the monthly budget for everyone, especially as we grow older. Whether in the developed world or the developing...

7 Smart and Simple Money tips for new Grads

Graduating from college is a wonderful feeling. It is a young man or woman’s first foray into the ‘real world’, getting away from the rules and restrictions of campus...
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10 Ways for Youth to earn extra cash or pocket Money

As children, our needs are invariably taken care of by our parents. For the more fortunate among us, it is simply a matter of asking – and we receive!...

Are you saving enough for retirement?

All good things come to an end, said Geoffrey Chaucer in his famous poem, ‘Troilus and Cressidae’, written in the fourtheenth century, and this little axiom holds as true...