Category Archives: Personal Finance

Catching the ‘higher interest rate’ corporate deposit bus

falling interest rates

Despite the falling interest scenario, there is still some AAA-rated corporate bonds that offer as much as 8-9% interest for a 5-year tenure.

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The upside-down approach to financial planning

financial planning

By the time we have crossed the 50-year threshold and are left with limited years of earning, we are almost done repaying our existing loans. Retirement planning thus never comes into the equation and we are left with no choice but to depend on others during the most vulnerable years of our lives.

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Ventura’s tryst with India’s untapped potential

The Ventura Partner Program enables financial missionaries from various walks of life (particularly those who seek to empower their entire network of people with investment opportunities) to grow, through a Lifetime opportunity of Learning & Earning*!

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How will the interoperability of clearing corporations affect traders?

Clearing Corporation

Traders will have a convenience of their position on an intraday basis without bothering about which exchange they have bought or sold at the time of closing the trade.

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Equity is a Crucial Ingredient in your Retirement Recipe

Retirement, Personal Finance, Tax

If you wish to retire early, say at 50, your retired life would be longer than your working span. Unless you save enough while you are earning, your retired life can’t be as peaceful as you would expect it to be.

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Following the mom and pop approach in investing? Time to rethink…

The landscape of financial planning has changed drastically with the rapidly changing lifestyle, earning potential, expense ratios, return expectations and choice of investment avenues.

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