Category Archives: Retirement planning

How to save for retirement

Incorporating E-Insurance Into Your Financial Plan

With the increase in inflation, health costs, and lifestyle spends, savings are imperative and so is insurance. Here’s how e-insurance can help.

Rules To Follow When You’re Buying A House In Your 50s

If you’re in your 50s and you’re looking to buy a house of your own, make sure you read these rules before you go through with it.

Golden Schemes For Your Golden Years

Every rupee counts. More so for senior citizens. Here’s a look at fixed-income products that can give you decent after-tax returns.

Can Equity Mutual Funds Help You Retire Rich?

It’s easy to put away money in a Savings Account or a Fixed Deposit for your retirement. But if you want to retire rich, you may want to consider Equity Mutual Funds. Here’s why!

Retirement Planning: The Pro-Athlete Way

Pro athletes don’t just focus on their on-field performance. They can offer some valuable lessons in retirement planning as well. Read on to know more.

New Investor Friendly Features Of The National Pension System

Effective planning for your retirement can ensure a comfortable financial future when you put your feet up. Here are six investor-friendly features of the National Pension System.

Should You Invest In NPS After This Year’s Budget Announcement?

While the NPS hasn’t always been a popular choice, the latest updates from the Budget 2017 makes it a more viable option for retirement savings. Read on to know more.

5 Post Retirement To-Do’s That Don’t Include Babysitting Your Grandchildren

Retirement is meant for spending time with your family. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you should spend all your time babysitting your grandchildren. Read on to find out more ways to spend your time constructively.