Why you should not mix insurance and investments?

Insurance is often sold as a product that provides protection and returns. Avoid mixing insurance and investments – You may end up doing injustice to both.

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How much term life insurance should you have?

For a novice, understanding life insurance can be like navigating a maze. It is often confusing to choose from the plethora of life insurance options that are available. Some “experts”/ salesmen say that you should buy endowment plan or money-back plans. Some say, go with plain vanilla term life insurance. How do you navigate this […]

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Financial planning is more than just chasing high returns

While preparing a financial plan for ourselves and our family, we tend to focus on investment part of it. Agreed, it is an important aspect of financial planning, but it is not the only thing. We often tend to get attracted by the investments that give higher returns. However, in the pursuit of high returns, do we lose the sight of other aspects of financial planning journey?

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Expenses that can set your financial plans back

It is good to have a financial plan. It enables you to have financial resources ready when you may need them. At the same time, it enables you adapt your lifestyle in alignment with the desired goals. But the ride is not always as straightforward as the excel sheets with projected expenses & rate of […]

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5 common mistakes while planning taxes

If you’re a salaried person, it’s that time of the year – time when you’ll probably scramble around to get proof of investments and tax saving. No? If not, then hopefully you are well sorted in terms of tax planning, and the below content may not be too relevant to you! There are several ways […]

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