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Financial planning: 7 money steps new earners must take
It is easy to get carried away when you start earning. Find out why you should take financial planning seriously at this stage.
From Jet Airways to Stayzilla, the collapse of jobs has one message: Save. Save. Save.
A paradigm shift is underway in the idea of work, and it has far-reaching consequences. The dream of a lifelong, stable job is passe. Saving and investing in appropriate products erly on is the only life saver.
How to become a Crorepati
Planning for how to become crorepati can be tough. However, this plan demonstrates how large financial goals can be achieved with small monthly savings - as low as Rs 5,000 per month.
Importance Of A Goal-Based Approach To Investing
Importance Of A Goal-Based Approach To Investing Anagh Pal - 09 July 2019 What is the purpose of investing? The answer is obvious, to meet certain financial goals. Naturally, we all have dreams or as per the millennial lingo a ‘bucket list’, which we want to tick off before reaching old age… be it a foreign trip or purchasing your own house. But how do we achieve it?
Scripbox introduces goal based approach to investing
The new offerings are practical planning tools that help a consumer understand exactly what needs to be done and how they can do it.
Scripbox eyes 10x growth in next five years with AUM of Rs 11,000 Cr
Scripbox, the Bengaluru-based online investment platform, with a focus on mutual funds, is targeting an assets under management (AUM) of Rs 11,000 crore in the next five years, which would be a 10x growth.
Scripbox is a one-stop Solution to the confusions of Mutual Fund Investments in India
Scripbox takes its customers through a journey, right from learning about personal finance, investing, financial goals, and how they can start investing to achieve long term goals such as children’s education and retirement planning. Read ON! #DFTHM
A beginner’s guide to investing money: Why you should start now
If you work hard to earn money, why not let your money earn more money?
How to detect debt trap and exit it before it hurts your credit score
You may not see it coming when it begins, but missed EMIs and high credit card overdues are usually the first signs that you may be headed for a debt trap. “A debt trap is usually triggered by a person overloading on a variety of debt--credit card debt, personal loan, car loan, home loan, or just borrowings from friends and family--and failing to repay on time,” says Singhal.
This Father's Day, organise your dad's finances: All you need to know
This Father’s Day, keep the expensive gifting ideas aside. Instead, spend time with your dad talking about money, and help him get his finances in order. The first step is to have an open and honest conversation about money.
Why Investing for Goals is the Best Way to Invest?
The first thing you should consider after knowing your goals is which asset classes will you need, where it will increase 24X7