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5 Key ways women can be financially healthy

Everyone has a very different interpretation of being financially independent and there are certain denominators that determine the financial well being of any individual, and for women, who have multiple responsibilities to attend to and are attributed for the progress of their home and nation, it is essential for them to adopt few methods to be financially independent. From analyzing the cash route, managing money, multiplying wealth to taking other solid steps, we have them all. Read below to know 5 ways a woman can adopt to be financially healthy;

Know the flow

Becoming Financially Independent

This is applicable to both working women and those who run the household. It’s essential to understand the cash flow, in terms of the inflow and outflow. You should be aware of the source of the income and how it’s being utilized, spent or invested. Set and track your budget to have clarity over the expenditure. This doesn’t just include your investments on assets or tax payments, but all other household requirement, for instance groceries, electricity, bills, etc. Look for alternate methods to cut down your budget. This is the most important step in becoming financially healthy.

Towards fierce, yet firm financing

5 Ways For Women to Manage Money

You can’t be financially healthy if you’re not confident to take ownership of your own money. You may have certain commitments, and mostly personal commitments that you just can’t pull yourself out from, but remember, it is you, who is entitled to the hard-earned money. Take ownership of your money and don’t let anyone persuade or influence you. This factor should be given paramount importance for women who are either single, divorced or the ones who owe other allegiances because even the wind cannot move a tree with strong roots.

The early you rise, you’re wealthy and wise

Men and women are equally susceptible to risks, yet at times women may be subject to adverse effects. Upon further classification, women who are responsible of the family circle are more vulnerable since they lay entire reliance on the salaries of their father, spouse, sibling or guardian. In undesired situations like death, divorce or discord; the female dependent has absolutely no financial backup. So, it is advisable that young women should start saving and investing early. Saving can begin from the little amounts you receive in the form of pocket money or monetary gifts.  As many investment schemes require very little application amount, you could start planning your future from a very early stage by investing. Financial health isn’t determined by the ability to save every penny, but the ability to make that penny a pound.

Experts at your service

If you’re overshooting the budget despite having a monthly plan or in jeopardy, in spite of building a cash reserve, then your finance structure needs a revamp. If you’re too confused in your head to manage your money, then there’s always the expert who is ready to help you out. Consult a finance advisor. She/he will give you concrete advice to structure your budget and also suggest effective methods of investing. You can always go back to consulting the expert for suitable changes as and when required.

Precaution is better than cure

Now that you’re aware of early investment and expert advice, the other thing you could do is to maintain a contingency fund. A cash reserve is very handy during rough times. Often women neglect their necessities by placing them on the back burner of the stove. This is certainly not the route for financial well being. As important is it to invest, having ready cash is equally essential. For any calamity or catastrophe, cash-in-hand serves the most. There’s no harm to invest in other funds, but it is futile if we lack a reliable cash reserve, because as much as we hope for the best, we should be prepared for the worst too.

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Disclaimer:The information herein alone is not sufficient and should not be used for the development or implementation of an investment strategy and shall not constitute as an investment advice. MOAMC shall not be liable for any direct or indirect loss arising from the use of any information contained in this document. Readers shall be fully responsible for any decision taken on the basis of this document. Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.

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