Earning money is easier than managing the earned money. We all are so obsessed with the earning part that managing part is left unattended. However, it is the managing part which will create wealth for you. Money well-managed is the money working for you without you working for the money. Many people are smart
Rs. 4000 probably looks like a small amount these days. You may spend it on shopping, dinner or a weekend getaway. But you know what? This amount of Rs 4000 can actually contribute towards growing your wealth enormously. It's exactly the right amount to make a smart investment. Here are a few things that
Imagine your parents had invested rupees 1 lakh when you were born in 1992. Then they were busy in your upbringing, education, and managing own career. They forgot about the shares. Last year when you completed your studies and got the first job they found the share certificates of the investments made in 1992.
Every parent wants to provide a financially secure future to their family and tries to save intensively so that they have an adequate amount to cover all of their expenses. But as life is uncertain, and the market is ever-changing, unexpected events can seriously jeopardize the financial future of your family. While it is
Robert Kiyosaki aptly mentions in his famous book, Rich Dad Poor Dad, that, “Poor people work for money, while rich make the money work for them.” Investing in the right opportunities can help you save a lot of money in the long term. Insurance policies are helpful in several ways. Not only do they
Everybody wants to be financially successful. But being financially successful is as much about making more money as it is about managing your money. Just working hard and earning more money may not be able to make you wealthy. Follow these 5 tips for making yourself financially successful. Save regularly Keep on saving regularly.
Your savings need to be invested in instruments that can allow you to take maximum leverage of it. Your savings will be of no use to you if you do not invest it in instruments that will appreciate the value of your money. This is because inflation will eat into the real value of