No matter how much I have studied, the environment in a village is such that most of us are not very technologically savvy and are unaware of how to…
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Delving into the digital payment usage patterns of small vendors, and the role of UX research and design in building financially inclusive products for…
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Several times, irrespective of my skill sets, organizations have decided not to move forward with me because I don’t have the right qualifications on…
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I am not aware of how to do things online, so I rely on my husband to manage my finances. But with the right guidance, I hope to change that for myself…
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I am happy where I currently am because there have been many ups and downs in my life before. Therefore, I feel as long as things are going smoothly…
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Sure you need money to do things, but thinking about personal development is also important and money is not the only factor that comes into play.
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To be honest, in the initial phase of my journey a lot of people have tried to fool me for the simple reason that I am a woman.
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In order to be able to move forward with finances, it is important to be able to trust the system or the person who is willing to guide you.
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We have parsed through the All India Debt and Investment Survey (2019) to map where Indians stand in terms of accessing and using financial products and…
Whenever I want to make an investment, I talk to my husband as he is very supportive or even my father-in-law sometimes because according to me male…
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We hosted a webinar on women’s financial inclusion by bringing together the experience of 6 women working at the intersection of finance, tech …
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The general financial advice anybody would give you is to have six months worth of your salary in liquid cash, but that is not the case for me.
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