Posted on Jul 13, 2021
We have come a long way in just a couple of decades. From being dependent on our parents, we have started earning and saving money for ourselves. From playing snakes and ladders on our parent’s cell phones to seeing the rise of digitalization, we have experienced the shift in lifestyles well enough to be able to reminisce about the good old days with our family and friends.
Posted on Jul 06, 2021
Insurance is a basic surety that a person in possession of an insurance policy will be provided with financial help in case of any loss(as mentioned in the policy), and for that surety, they are expected to pay a premium to an Insurance company.
To understand the concept let us consider what I assume would happen at our homes 90% of the time, there is always a untouchable cupboard in our houses, where all the nice glass cutlery for the guests is kept, or if not a cupboard the very topmost shelf, by your parents It is kept seclusion to pr...
Posted on Jun 29, 2021
Can we even call ourselves Indians if we’ve never heard our parents say “Hamare zamane me 10 rupay me najaane kya kya aa jata tha”(In our times we could get so many things from just 10 rupees) Well, they were correct to say that, if we compare the prices of simple commodities, then and now there is a stark difference that cannot and should not be ignored.
Posted in Financial Planning on Jun 23, 2021
The current pandemic that has struck millions of people with the deadly coronavirus has made the whole world sit up with worry for their healthcare. Hospitals that have been overwhelmed have increased costs for treatments and huge medical inflation that is increasing 12% every year. If not anything it has made us realise that a medical emergency can come anytime and the best way to deal with any of it is through the help of a healthcare plan.
When the world was overwhelmed with the Covid-19 Pandemic last year, worrying about getting infected with the deadly virus, we all decided collectively to stay in our homes, packed up. And have no association with our former daily lives. Yet, the Virus managed to impact us in more ways than just physical. Many of us lost our jobs, lost our businesses. And with that, lost a stable income to survive the rough days.
How many times have you thought ‘I’ll buy this share later when it goes ‘lower’” and later regretted when it instead went higher? Or do your long term investment plans just don’t seem to work? It’s time for you to understand the Buy Low- Sell High Strategy and recognise where you’ve been going wrong all along!
Ever wondered what will be your source of income after your retirement? We have a plan for you! What is going to be the source of your income after your retirement? With all the medical bills, expensive education for your children you will have to continue to work even after your retirement. Well, that certainly isn’t what you’d imagine a happy retirement to look like.
A home loan is the cheapest loan that you can get. You get good tax returns and can pay them back with ease. However, if you feel that you have your finances in check and can pay your home loans early and become debt-free, here are a few things that you should keep in mind.