Financial Independence: Confessions of a Single Mom
It isn’t easy being a single mother. On one hand, they have to single-handedly run your house and secure your child’s future, while on the other, they also have to deal with judgement from society. In the second episode of Meri Pyaari Saheliyan, an audio podcast series powered by Franklin Templeton, India, Prarthna, shares her journey as a single mother. Tune in to listen to Prarthna’s story.
Prarthna has been working since she was 18 because she has always wanted to be financially independent. She married at 20 and had a child soon after, however the marriage didn’t work out. How did she overcome the challenges that come with being a single parent? What did she invest in, that served as a fall back in times of need? How has Prarthna planned for her future financial goals? Tune into the podcast for the full story.
(Disclaimer: Meri Pyaari Saheliyan is an Investor Education and Awareness Initiative by Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund. Mutual Fund investments are subject to market risks, read all scheme related documents carefully.)
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