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For financial consumers, looking for information on insurance, investment and taxes, Moneylife magazine provides unbiased and ethically-researched information that is not available elsewhere

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What Sets Us Apart
Get the real truth about all personal finance products only from Moneylife, which now takes up consumers’ and citizens’ issues through its non-profit initiative Moneylife Foundation.
 
IPOs
While the biggest names in media were pushing Initial Public Offering and New Fund Offers in 2006-07, we advised readers to avoid them.
ULIPs
When other publications were writing long articles on how to select Unit-linked Insurance Plans and were awarding "the best ULIPs", (Ulips were of course being advertised heavily!) we said ULIPs are harmful.
Regulators
We have repeatedly exposed regulatory practices that compromise the interests of retail investors, something other publications are rarely willing to do.
 
Advocacy
We have gone beyond writing articles and taken our pro-consumer stance into advocacy by setting up a non-profit organization Moneylife Foundation in 2010, to represent the voice of consumers, the only such initiative from a media house. With a membership of over 39,000, the Foundation has touched the lives of tens of thousands of consumers with an array of seminars, conferences, speeches and positions papers on dozens of issues that affects consumers and citizens.
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Founders:
Who is Behind Moneylife?
Moneylife is run by award winning journalists Debashis Basu and Sucheta Dalal. Sucheta’s 30 years of outstanding investigative reporting spans the Harshad Mehta scam, CR Bhansali scam, exposé of Enron, bad loans in banks, numerous corporate shenanigans and regulatory lapses have appeared in Business Standard, The Economic Times and The Times of India. She received the Chameli Devi Award for outstanding journalism and Femina Woman of Substance Award, both in 1993. ... [+]
Debashis Basu, is a Chartered Accountant by qualification with 30 years of experience as a journalist and the author of several business books. He has worked with The Times of India, Business World, Business India, Business Today, Financial Express and has written columns for The Economic Times. He now writes a column for Business Standard. He has co-authored the best-selling The Scam: From Harshad Mehta to Ketan Parekh with Sucheta Dalal and has several other books. ... [+]
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