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Saving for Children’s Future: Common Questions Answered

Making sure that your children have a good quality of life and better opportunities is what all parents want. Let's take a look at some of the most common questions parents have while planning fo

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The high price of delaying your Investments

Understand how a delay in investing by even a month or a year can make you lose out, a lot!

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Buy Low - Sell High = Dumb

“Buy Low – Sell High” – This is one investment advice which is: Cliché, Misunderstood and Abused. People keep waitng for the 'market to clear up' and then invest. This decision to w

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Doctor, your Finances might need a Check-up!

In the case of doctors, the trap of self-medicating financial products can have adverse effects on the doctor’s overall financial situation.

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Budget 2018- Impact on Personal Finance

The Union Budget 2018, didn’t address the Urban Indian in detail, and instead focused on rural and infrastructure development. We have extracted the relevant points with respect to personal finance

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Budget 2018- Is it worth the Hype?

An average person spends to the tune of around 70-80 hours discussing the Budget. In our time-scarce and information-excess society, is really the best use of one’s time?

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Don't mix Insurance with your Investments

Very often people end up mixing up their insurance and investment needs. Life insurance is a risk transfer tool which can be used to transfer the financial risk of the family, in case of the holder

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Money Mistakes Doctors Should Avoid

Indian doctors are revered throughout the world. With a lot of focus being given to the patient care side of the business, most doctors end up neglecting their finances. And while it might seem that i

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Do Homemakers need Insurance?

Insuring their own lives isn't even a concern for most homemakers, they assume that family or spousal insurance will cover any emergencies that might arise. But this decision is made without any

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Financial Resolutions for a Happier 2018

On the 1st of January every year, a lot of people make plans, with the intention of following through with them. However, most resolutions revolve around physical health and mental well-being. Despite

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