The career path for Certified Financial Planners (CFP) was, and is still not clear. Reena Saxena touches upon code of ethics and good practices to be followed by a CFP in the blog.
In our complex economic and financial machine, financial planning is what keeps life stable. Economist Dr. Satyendra Nayak takes us through the economics of planning in a blog series.
We all are aware of the importance to save money for the future and one of the best option for the same is Mutual funds. Here is a quick look at the best Mutual Funds to invest in 2018.
At this present juncture of time, when EPF interest rate is at a 5 year low, individuals need to explore new avenues in best interests of their terminal life. Read on to know how?
Starting early has immense benefits, especially when it comes to letting your money earn on its own. The best phase to start investing and learning to earn is from the moment one becomes a major.
The proposals made by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his budget speech have been implemented from April 1. No doubt, the changes are going to have an immediate impact on personal finance at the grass root level.
All you need to do is to create a well-diversified and balanced portfolio of some good mutual funds. This is the easiest and the simplest way to ensure that you probably don’t lose money.
A credit card is a product by which you can get a credit of maximum 50 days from the bank without any interest. You can use a card for your daily expenses from groceries to paying traveling expenses. Here are 5 reasons why you should use a credit card.
In our country, we spend a lot of money for Child’s Marriage and Child’s Education. Parents also have to save and plan for their retirement. But what should be ones top priority?
Wouldn’t it be great if many more of us were able to gift Rs.1 crore to our kids on their 21st birthday? Planning for the secure future of a child is every parents dream. Here are five ways to build a corpus of one crore for your child.