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Are you an actor, model, or sportsperson? Here's how you should plan your finances

For professionals who have a short earning life, it’s critical they get their financial planning right at the very start of their careers.

Family Finance: Why Das needs to stagger some of her financial goals

Mehul Das is single and employed. Her goals incude building an emergency corpus, saving for her own wedding, buying a car and a house, and her retirement.

Understand how investment products work to make better financial decisions

Indian financial services are more transparent than ever before, but investors need to understand what drives the entities they are dealing with.

How to fund your child's sports dreams

Sports is emerging as a possible career choice for many youngsters and parents need to plan their finances well in order to create future champions.

Family Finance: Why the Sharmas will have to put several financial goals on hold

Family Finance: Why the Sharmas will have to put several financial goals on hold

Pawan Sharma's goals include building an emergency corpus, saving for children’s education and weddings, buying a car and a house, taking a vacation

Why mutual fund and insurance 'child plans’ are just marketing terms

While everyone recognises that careful planning is needed to secure a child’s future, there are a lot of misconceptions about how it is to be done.

7 things that will determine when you can retire

By Uma Shashikant If you retire at 60 and fortunately, live beyond that, you will regret those years wasted idly when poverty and emptiness begin to hit you. Nothing will be lost if you

Family Finance: Why Pune-based Singhs need to put off some goals

Singh couple's cash flow is currently in the negative, but the financial planning team of Fincart has suggested ways in which this can be rectified.

How to manage your money when starting a new business

If you have just started a business, here are some personal finance lessons from established entrepreneurs based on their experience and learnings.

Don't retire without enough money for 30 years and more: Here's why

Don't retire without enough money for 30 years and more: Here's why

These factors will impact all likely post-retirement scenarios. And don't forget the 30-year golden rule.

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