Becoming rich is one of the most enduring goals of every person. After all who doesn’t want to be rich? But more often than not we don’t understand how money and investments work. And you can accumulate wealth without first understanding these two. So here we have listed down top 50 quotes on money and…Details
As you grow in life you ought to focus on setting and developing your long term financial security goals. Be it your first job or marriage, there would always be certain life events that you have to deal with responsibility. Hiring a financial planner becomes a major need to address these key concerns. Given below…Details
Emotional investment decisions often result in financial losses. In fact, feelings like euphoria/greed and fear are very powerful motivators which trigger “reward circuitry” in the times of financial gains, and “fight-or-flight” in the times of financial losses. Allowing your investment decisions to be driven by emotions may be the single most detrimental action you could…Details
When you are starting your financial planning, one of the first things you must take care of is create and maintain an emergency fund. An emergency fund acts as your savior and protects you from all unforeseen life events like job loss, medical illness, death of a family member, accident(s), etc. Financial experts agree on…Details
I am still young; retirement planning can wait until I have reached middle age. For most young professionals in India, career progression takes precedence over retirement planning. Indeed, most don’t begin to think of retirement planning until they reach middle age (40-45). But is that good enough? Not really. By starting early, you can considerably…Details
Many may know how to crack an interview, or network socially. But when it comes to making personal investment decisions, many may feel flushed out with cash, that too if the individual has just stepped into his first job! While career advises are important, money advises also play a very important role. Millennials often find it…Details
Given below is the difference between scientific financial planning and non-scientific (or traditional) financial planning. Needles to say, this table is a good reason why you should not depend on conventional and traditional wisdom when doing your financial planning and seek advise from a professional financial planner who can guide you well.
Here are some investment options that a common man can consider. The options have been listed on the basis of the risk factor involved – from the most secure to the least. We have left left out stock market option here as it is too risky for the common man.