If you withdraw too much, you risk running out of funds and if you withdraw too little, you may not enjoy the dream retirement you planned for. So how much…
Sunil is working as a marketing manager in a well-established company. He often works 60 hours a week and spends his weekends traveling with friends and enjoying parties. Sunil's father always asks him to plan for retirement but he overlooked its importance. Seeing this Sunil's father made him understood the importance of retirement planning.
It was raining. Hoshi was sitting at Kyani's Restaurant and sipping on his hot, milky, sweet tea. He took a bite of his bun maska and smiled at Kayo. “Hey young man, what's the problem? You look so worried.” ‘Uncle, it's like this. My neighbor Jamshed Vakeel expired this morning…you have met him too,
Mr. and Mrs. Sharma had invited the Tejwani couple home for a sumptuous lunch that fine Sunday afternoon. The white-haired, jovial 67 year-old Mr. Tejwani asked Sharma, “So, is this feast a pre-celebration of your retirement?” And his wife added, “Great! But don't think you can escape calling us to you're actual Retirement Party,
Everyone waits for retirement so that the daily grind of a 9 to 5 job ultimately comes to an end. The drawback to retirement, however, is the bitter truth that your income will come to a stop. If you wish to continue living the same standard of living even during retirement you would require
Seema and Suresh were sipping their masala chai on a Sunday morning. Suresh began a conversation on retirement, “Seema, how would we manage our expenses post retirement?” Seema then replied, “Why are you worried about it now? There are years left for it. And I'm happy that once we retire we will have ample
Retirement has different meanings for different us. Just like which sport you support or which cuisine you enjoy the most, we all have different choices about our retirement. Ask yourself these 7 important questions to plan a roadmap for retirement: What is my choice of lifestyle? Lifestyle is not only about the place you
Ajay and Tina, a couple in their mid 30's were having a conversation about planning for their retirement. Ajay generally had a casual attitude towards savings while Tina was more structured and believed in planning so saving eventually became an integral part of her life. Tina asked Ajay, “So, how do we go about?
Archana and Ashish were relaxing in their balcony. Just then Archana asked Ashish, “Did you ever think about how our retirement would be?” Ashish replied, “Yes. The first thing what we would do is go on a long vacation!” Archana smirked at him and said, “And what about finances? How will we manage it
With a mounting figure of women taking to corporate world or self-employment, in most urban households, both husband and wife have become bread earner for the family. In this context, the working couple can create an apt retirement plan as a team rather than just one of the counterparts having to fend for the