Preparing for the End

I often talk about this subject in my financial literacy sessions. What does one need to do from a financial angle to prepare for the ultimate truth – your exit from the world? I give below a few pointers and questions. Study the succession laws in your country in detail. Write a will. It can … Continue reading Preparing for the End


Inflation in India

The points made by Jim Adams in his informative piece on inflation are well appreciated. He says that lack of competition spurs companies to increase prices. Needless to say, it makes life difficult for the average citizen in any country. The US economy is under global watch, as it has a cascading impact on other … Continue reading Inflation in India

Money Mondays – Psychological Thresholds — SacredCircleforWomen Do you stay committed to your financial goals? Or do you waver? How was the plan created? Are you following a financial plan suggested by your friend, family member or financial planner? Or do you have a plan aligned to your dreams, innermost desires, personality and lifegoals? Life goals are larger than money goals. … Continue reading Money Mondays – Psychological Thresholds — SacredCircleforWomen

Summary of “Psychology of Money”

The Psychology of Money – Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed and Happiness by Morgan House is one of the most sought after books on Money Psychology. It has been translated to German and Chinese. The tagline on Amazon says, Doing well with money isn’t necessarily about what you know. It’s about how you behave. And … Continue reading Summary of “Psychology of Money”

Yoga of Money Manifesto

Money management is about practice, and aims at peace and happiness – now and always. Finding a solution to the debt trap or any other quick fix to meet an immediate money goal, is the fire-fighting approach. Problem solving is temporary, and will not yield long-term happiness. Choose the most appropriate approach, if you want … Continue reading Yoga of Money Manifesto