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Read more +12 November 2020 By Hansi in General

TEACHING KIDS ABOUT MONEY

It’s never too early to teach kids about money. Here are some suggestions of what we can teach at various ages – Ages 4–6 Knowing the difference in appearance and value between coins and notes Putting money aside to save for later Understanding the value of earning money by completing tasks Comprehending the difference between
Read more +15 October 2020 By Hansi in General

WHY I CALL MYSELF A FINANCIAL COACH

I used ‘educator’ on my LinkedIn heading before being told it sounds like a professor. Not that there is anything wrong with being a professor – I would love to be one, in fact – but it just intimidates my audience of mostly women and young people (for The Money Hans initiatives). I could tell
financial planningRead more +08 April 2020 By Hansi in Architect Blueprint, General

WHERE IS MY MONEY? WHAT NOW? WHAT NEXT?

How much do you think your net worth has fallen as a direct result of CoVid? It seems a simple enough question. I hear of many people seeing the lower value in the equity mutual fund portfolio statements, comparing it to the highest they have seen it to be in the recent past, and concluding

Save and Spend

Read more +15 April 2018 By Hansi in Essentials Foundation, Save and Spend

BUDGETING MADE EASY

A budget is basically a plan on how to spend the income you have. One way to do this to first track all your expenses for a few months and then set up a budget to trim your ‘lattes and avocado toasts’. Personally, I’ve never liked the idea to focus on such details. Let me
03 April 2018 By Hansi in Architect Blueprint, Save and Spend

GOAL SETTING – THE MONEY DREAM BOARD

Before you start on a journey, you need to know the destination. At least the general direction. Similarly, the first step (ok, maybe after understanding your relationship with money as http://www.themoneyhans.com/plan/ When planning your holiday, you may look at pictures of possible destinations. When planning your home renovation, you may put together a mood or
27 October 2015 By Hansi in Essentials Foundation, Save and Spend

WHY HAVING AN EMERGENCY FUND WILL MAKE YOU HAPPIER

Just when there are studies that show that money doesn’t lead to happiness, how can I claim that having a stash of emergency money will make you happier? Actually, the studies refer to money above a certain level. Everyone needs some money to cover basic physical needs (like food, home, clothing) and security needs (like

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Hansi appearing on CNBC discussing childrens educationRead more +26 February 2021 By Hansi in Freedom Slab, Growth Pillars, Invest

CHILDREN’S EDUCATION PLANNING

Saving for their children’s education is amongst the top financial goals for many Indians. CNBC TV18 invited Hansi, along with Jyotsna Singh of Kotak Wealth, to address the following questions – When should you invest for your child, how much should you invest, should you invest in own or child’s name, should you make a
Read more +20 January 2021 By Hansi in Freedom Slab, Growth Pillars, Invest

PENSION FUNDS FOR RETIREMENT PLANNING

While we can save in bank deposits and invest in mutual funds, sometimes it’s better to invest in pension funds if we are investing for the long-term, such as for retirement. This post explains why. We also list the various types of pension funds, key features and other issues you need to be aware of.
begin investingRead more +20 October 2020 By Hansi in Growth Pillars, Invest

BEGIN INVESTING WITH MUTUAL FUNDS

If you want to understand mutual funds beyond the cute ads, here is all you need to know
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