Author: Sindu Nagesh

After Marriage Financial Planning – Investments And Other things to do!

Getting a job, then marriage, child birth, growing your child, and then finally moving towards retirement; this is the most important part of your life. To ensure smooth life and become financially secured we need smart financial planning. There are many changes required and listed below is the after marriage financial planning checklist for newly married couple Documentation Changes or Name Chang...

Few Things To Know About Financial Year End

What is financial year end? In India, the government’s financial year runs from 1 April to 31 March. It is abbreviated as FY17. Companies following the Indian Depositary Receipt (IDR) are given freedom to choose their financial year. For example, Standard Charterer’s IDR follows the UK calendar despite being listed in India. Companies following Indian fiscal year get to know their economical...

Retirement Planning – Not Something That You Defer

Retirement – will mostly happen someday or the other.  But have we done our work on that? Can we do anything to increase the retirement incomes & savings? Yes, we can!  No matter where we are on the road to retirement, we have three tools at our disposal:  Save More Increase your savings rate. Save more while you can. Keep increasing the savings basis your increase in income.  It will surely s...

This Holi, Add Right Colours To Your Wealth!

This Holi, Add Right Colours To Your Wealth And here comes the most awaited day of the year. It’s Holi! So, what plans do you have for celebrating this festival of colours? Are you ready with the set of different colours, sweets and other things that you would require to play Holi safely? Of course, you would be, as you waited for a complete year to celebrate this day. Holi is considered the festi...

The Master Key For Your Financial Plan: Womens Day Special!

We all look up to strong, independent women. But how do we become one ourselves? Its easy to give in to feelings of self-doubt and back down from challenges. But that’s certainly not what being a strong woman is all about.We all know we’re different from men in some fundamental ways. But is this true when it comes to financial planning? In a word, yes. In the financial world, we often find ourselv...

Stay Aware Of these New Charges Levied on Cash Transactions

The intent being made clear to promote the usage of a digital platform Pan India with cashless transactions earlier today the banks have come to consensus in order to put a ceiling for third party cash transactions at Rs. 25,000 per day. The decision was made to discourage customers not to engage in cash transactions. After four free cash transactions that include cash deposits and withdrawals eve...

Have You Started Your Financial Planning?

We all have dreams, be it owning a car, a house, child attending a prestigious college or building a healthy retirement corpus. But we seldom pen down these goals and work towards a plan for achieving them. These can be termed as your life goals. And that is where the importance of a financial plan comes into the picture.  Financial planning is a process of determining your financial goals with th...

Valentines Day Special

Valentine’s Day is probably celebrated almost everywhere in the world today. This is a day which is celebrated not only by couples but anyone who is in love , who has feelings , who cares and who has a rich bonding with anything and everything . It can be a bond shared between a dog and his master or a bond between a toy and a child . Love is also another name of care, because when we care we prot...

Avoid These Mistakes To Help Money Grow Through SIP

Consistency, Perseverance and Patience are the three main objectives of investing in mutual funds – growing money through SIP. Systematic Investment Plan – Investing small amounts on a regular basis i.e. every week or every month. Instead of investing a lump-sum amount one can opt for SIP as another way of investing their amount and build wealth gradually Most people think mutual fund ...

Highlights of Budget 2017

Here are the key Features of Budget 2017-2018,  Total Budget of ₹ 21.47 Lakhs crores for 2017-2018  Micro-irrigation fund with Rs 5000 crore corpus  Prime Minister Gram Sadak Yojan – Rs19,000 crore allocated; along with states, Rs27,000 crore     will be spent in FY18  Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana: Rs23,000 crore allocated  Fiscal Deficit pegged at 3.2% for the financial year 2017-18 and ...

Tips To Steer Through Budget 2017

The Finance Ministry is all set to present the Annual Budget on 1st February 2017. Everyone is eagerly awaiting the Finance Ministers speech and there has been a lot of speculations regarding the outcome of that speech. Demonetisation had caused Nifty to sink to 7900 points but the market has recovered since then. The fate of this recovery will again depend on the result of the budget. There is an...

New Job? Things You Need To Know About Saving Tax And Investing Your Money

One of the most elated aspects of your first job is living life on your own money but fresher’s need to realise the importance of financial viability and the tips and tricks to handle  your money through saving and investing. Well, first of all you won’t be having too much tax deduction depending on your salary if being fresher. Also you can produce rental receipts and exempt your most of your tax...

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