On 28 February, 2015 Budget 2015 was announced in Parliament. While many of us still struggle to understand the jargon financial analysts use, it is important to note that many women and young girls need to be empowered financially. It is important for women to learn about money matters.
In this regard, Jaago Re invited three experts to decode Budget 2015 for the Indian woman.
Rachna Monga Koppikar, Rishabh Parakh and Social Cops joined the conversation on JaagoRe to help us understand Budget 2015 and its implications for the Indian woman.
Here's a look at some of the tweets:
More on the experts:
Rachna Monga Koppikar
She is founder of India's first personal finance website, TheGreatGruhini.com. She has worked with India’s leading publications for well over a decade. Having swam and mastered the treacherous waters of corporate and personal finance; she is now on a mission through her blog to make every Indian woman a Money Savvy Woman and a Money Savvy Mom!
He is a Chartered Accountant and a founder Director cum Chief Gardener of Money Plant Consulting, A leading tax and investment service provider. He also writes on finance for several leading publications in India.
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