Reading Time: 2 minutes You know this. Your 9-to-5 job is not exactly that. If you also account for the mental stress and mind-f***s you get, it is much closer to 24×7. Zoom out a bit and its 24×365. Zoom out a bit more (and assuming you begin working at 25 and do so till 60), it becomes a […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes i wrote this article for some website / magazine..not sure which Reuters perhaps…. You have just crossed your 24th birthday when you’ve gained the education and/or skills you need for the career you’ve chosen, and you’re earning money and learning how to handle it. Ok, ok you are not in your twenties but are in […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes The wait is finally over. Stable Asset Allocator + Stable Model Mutual Funds are available for purchase now. Both these products, namely i) Stable Asset Allocator, ii) Stable Model Mutual Funds are 2 (Two) separate premium subscription products. Though you can purchase both of them. What You Get? What is Subscription Cost? Surprisingly low… If […]
Reading Time: 6 minutes Last Updated on June 8, 2020 Do you know what is the tax on gold profits? Or how different forms of gold are taxed? Or more specifically, how capital gains on selling gold are taxed? If you invest in gold or already have it, then it is important to know how gold is taxed at […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Last Updated on June 11, 2020 Bank fixed deposits (or FDs) are considered to be one of the safest savings options because of their guaranteed returns. And this has been the perception since decades. But people have now started asking which bank is safe for fixed deposit? Or which is the safest bank for fixed […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute A Large List Of Financial Goals A financial plan goes a long way if the number of goals is not more than what you can track. It is suggested to not have more than 3 to 5 goals at a time. A large list is an indication of your ever growing greed for consumerism. Needs […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes While it’s important to be debt-free as early in the working life span as possible. It’s equally important to create an emergency fund prior to embarking on the journey to be debt-free.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Retiring early !!! Financial Freedom by 35. Sounds like a dream, isn’t it? Can this really be achieved? Can we start with Zero and still achieve it? If yes, how? Read on…
Reading Time: 4 minutes When it comes to investments, the word ‘Tips’ is an overused and over abused one. But in this post, I try to distill down some thoughts (or call them tips if you prefer) for the young investors of mutual funds.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Let me make it very clear that I am trying to address RETIREE’s money and not the retirement planning for youngsters. India is a highly populated country, by default we get huge data.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Life Insurance is a highly misunderstood and mis-sold financial product. And off late there is an ‘emergence of overprotection’.
Reading Time: 6 minutes “It is better to be approximately right than precisely wrong” ~Warren Buffet How much money should I save for my retirement to maintain my current lifestyle?