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Five things to discuss with your soon to retire parents
Are your parents approaching retirement? Here's how you can help them. Parents are generally not comfortable discussing their retirement plans with their children because, for them, it might mean admitting to their shortcomings or simply because they don't feel it is time to disclose their true financial worth.
Redeem your mutual fund investment via a debit card
Now, this facility is also being offered by two robo-advisory platforms-FundsIndia and Scripbox—via an HDFC Bank-issued Visa debit card
Why your money may not be growing
The possibility that your money might not grow and could actually reduce is the way most people define risk. While this is a good working definition of risk, this particular definition does not take time into account.
Simplifying equity investing to draw in newbies
New financial technology ventures are trying to draw the masses into stock market and mutual fund investing by drastically simplifying choices, and making it easier and less expensive to make transaction
Budget 2017 may hike capital gains tax on stocks: Here are the possible changes
Mutual funds are passthrough instruments and don't get taxed for the gains made from buying and selling securities says E.R. Ashok Kumar, Co-founder and CEO of Scripbox.com.
Child's education or retirement fund?
Office admin Chinmayi, 45, is distraught these days. The single mom has a reasonably talented daughter, who is in standard 7 and wants to be a doctor. Chinmay is thinking of saving for child's education dream.
Now, a debit card for your mutual funds
City-based Scripbox, a leading online investment service, has announced the launch of a new product, Any Time Cash, that allows customers to withdraw cash instantly from their mutual fund investment using a debit card that is issued against the investment.
In 2030, will you be able to afford your lifestyle?
We all plan for our future, our education, our career path and even our next vacation trips are pre-determined.
Investment mistakes young people make
I interact with a lot of young earners. These are men and women in the first 5-6 years of their working lives, with dreams and hopes that need money to achieve their goals.
How to deal with a financial crisis
Here are some tips by ER Ashok Kumar, CEO of Scripbox.One of the first things to do is to prioritise your expenses into necessities.
5 financial situations you should prepare for
A secure financial future is on everyone's wish list and we work hard, plan, and save to achieve our financial goals.