Monthly Archive: October 2014

Oct 27

High-Earning Professionals Seek Fin Advisers’ Help To Plan For Philanthropy

This article appeared in All Editions of Times of India on 27.10.2014. Sindhu Hariharan & Aparna Ramalingam TNN Chennai: TNN S Suresh, 48, a senior executive in a company in Chennai, recently invested in NCDs (non-convertible debentures) of a corporate house.This might have been just another method of personal finance management if not for one …

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Oct 19

Don’t shun equity investments.

This article was appeared in The Hindu Business Line – 19.10.2014.   I am 45 and work as a freelance software trainer. My wife, 40, is a homemaker. My daughter is in class three and my son in class one. I have aged parents with ailments. My father has an emergency fund for medical needs. …

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Oct 12

Change your assets allocation pattern

This article was appeared in The Hindu Business Line on 12.10.2014     I am a Central Government employee and I will retire in 2025. After retirement I will receive a pension which would be 50 per cent of my last drawn salary. My wife, aged 43 is a teacher and will not get pension …

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Oct 10

Optimise returns with asset allocation.

  The world is yet to come out of the shock of the 2008 economic crash. Several developed countries are yet to recover. One reason was that assets were grown beyond their intrinsic values. Had good sense prevailed and due importance been given to asset allocation, the damage could have been limited. It’s true that …

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Oct 02

Average expenditure on pension stands at 3.3% of GDP

On the day the Rs. 1,000/month minimum pension scheme was launched in India, an ILO policy paper report said that close to half (48 per cent) the people over pensionable age in the world do not receive pension. And those who do receive it do not receive an adequate amount to cover for their health and old …

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