Globally, India has established its position as an investment destination. Though Mutual Funds industry existed in India for last 30 years, its only last decade that individual investors warmed up to this investment tool.
Reviewing your spending for the year ahead can be a good way to help prepare for the upcoming fiscal year. Once you are aware of any financial ‘leaks’, they can be easier to avoid.
They say the least creative space in the financial services industry is of Independent Financial Advisors, yet I disagree. I tapped onto this idea where my target audience for this blog would be every individual who loves finance & most importantly understands it.
Eating and eating right is one of the primary reasons for human existence. A major portion of our earnings go into eating and eating can teach us lessons in investing and improving personal financial planning.
It’s the month end and you are excited about it. The end date will bring in your first salary of life. The sweetest of all achievements you have in your pockets now. You planned all of it, every penny of your hard-earned salary.
At the beginning of 2017 if you had bought a bitcoin the price of that coin would have increased by almost 8 times. If you had bought bitcoin at the beginning of 2016 value of the same would have increased by 20 times.
You cannot achieve a goal without a planning. A proper well-articulated plan may bring you the targeted wealth. While planning we should not forget about the implementation of the plan also. In this article, we will concentrate on planning part only.
Why do we need Retirement Plan ? Although Retirement may seem to be a far-fetched incident, the earlier you start “Planning” for it, the better it is. As is said, “If you Fail to Plan, then you Plan to Fail”.
“Saving” and “Investing” are the two crucial and indispensable components of our financial life. In fact, looking at the high cost of living and rising inflation trends, one can’t imagine to survive for long without adequate savings.