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Akshata Kamath
Akshata KamathNov 16, 2022 | 08:00
Journalism graduates regret their degree the most, while Computer Science folks love theirs the most

Zip Recruiter conducted a study to understand the college degrees that most students were happy about and the degree that was most regretted in terms of return on their investment. They found that students who studied journalism, sociology and liberal arts regretted their decision the most; while the students who opted for computer science and criminology were happy about their graduating subject because of the money they made in their jobs.

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Akshata Kamath
Akshata KamathNov 12, 2022 | 09:00
Financial decisions you wish you had taken in your 20s (but better late than never)

If you are in your 20s, here's some financial advice you will get from those who have crossed the benchmark: Save money from a young age even if its little, invest your time and money in essential skills, avoid debt, learn to say 'NO', repay your credit card bills on time, and focus more on learning than earning.

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Akshata Kamath
Akshata KamathNov 10, 2022 | 08:00
10 Indian stocks you need to keep an eye on for the next 12-18 months

If you are planning on investing money in the Indian stock market in November 2022 for a long-term, here are 10 stocks the experts have recommend.

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Akshata Kamath
Akshata KamathNov 09, 2022 | 08:00
What is renters' insurance in India?

Just like home buyers who protect their homes from haphazard events with insurance, apartment renters can use a similar concept to protect their homes. Here's what renters' insurance covers, excludes and the companies that help you protect your rented apartments from damage.

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Akshata Kamath
Akshata KamathNov 08, 2022 | 13:29
What is the 50/30/20 budgeting rule?

The traditional 50/30/20 budgeting rule asks you to spend 50% of your income on necessities, 30% on yourself, and 20% on savings. But if it doesn't work out for you, you can play around with your budget and make it work for you.

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Akshata Kamath
Akshata KamathNov 03, 2022 | 16:24
Money concepts you must know before you turn 30

If you know how to save, how to calculate your net worth, and how to trade in the stock market to increase your financial wealth, you could financially function well as an adult. Add to this your knowledge and execution of concepts like the power of compounding, inflation, and insurance, and you need not worry about turning old.

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Akshata Kamath
Akshata KamathNov 01, 2022 | 15:56
Start writing your monthly expenses down. It is better than crying over your bank statement

When you write down your expenses in a notebook or a piece of paper, you benefit in three important ways: you make it a personal process, you enhance your motor memory (ie remember things better), and you feel more in control of your finances.

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Akshata Kamath
Akshata KamathOct 25, 2022 | 18:47
How rich is the new UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murty?

The Sunaks (Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshata Murty) have a net worth of £730 million and are said to own almost double the wealth of UK's King Charles III. But their high net worth actually comes from a loaded Infosys stock market portfolio, international real estate investments and hedge fund investments.

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Akshata Kamath
Akshata KamathAug 26, 2022 | 08:01
Why do stocks hit their 52-week high/low? What does it indicate?

If you ever look for a particular stock's performance in the last one year, the lowest price that the stock hits is called the 52-week low, while the highest price the stock hits is called the 52-week high.

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Varsha Vats
Varsha VatsAug 09, 2022 | 18:14
Still waiting for your tax refunds? Follow these steps to check your status

Most tax payers have received their tax returns till now. But some are still waiting. Those who have filed income tax return on the last day that is July 31 are yet to receive their returns. 

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