A smart strategy would be to whittle down the list to just three or four goals initially, so that the process of getting started seems less daunting!
Majority of us invest or pay attention to just absolute returns, when all we should care about, is real returns. This was preached by none other than Sir John Templeton, one of the greatest investors
In today's age of rising costs, increasing financial demands and constant demand for "keeping up with the neighbours" (and their Facebook posts!), it's become increasingly challenging
Almost all of us are familiar with the Income Tax Section 80C through which we can deduct up to Rs 1,50,000 from our taxable income and save up to Rs 46,350. In this blog, let’s
There's a certain magic in "goal based investing" compared to making ad hoc investments. Before you start a new investment, ask yourself: "What exactly are you saving for?"
Are you losing Rs 1 Lakh to Mysterious Expenses? You might well be, as per a recent survey conducted by YouGov and Visa. According to the study, Indians lose nearly a
Nearly all Investors have at some point in their lives made investment decisions they have regretted later. Here's a list of what can be counted as the top "three mistakes of an investor's life".
I fondly remember the days when as a teenager I used to go to movie theatre in an army cantonment and patiently wait for the interval to grab a dosa which cost Rs 2.50 in the early 90’s.