Why You Try the 50/30/20 Rule?

We all need a financial life under our control. But, sometimes tracking and organizing spending become very tedious. So, the 50/30/20 rule is a simple, comfortable way of breaking down your budget. Actually, this rule doesn’t involve detail budgeting categories. Senator Elizabeth Warren mentioned the 50/20/30 budget rule in her awesome book “All Your Worth:Read more…

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ELSS vs. PPF vs. FD

ELSS vs. PPF vs. FD-what works better?

Nowadays, with the current inflation and rising cost of living, savings is necessary for anyone. Experts advised that at least 20% of your income should go towards savings. Do not save what is left after spending, instead spend what is left after saving. ― Warren Buffett But, everyone is aware of the fact but howRead more…

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Indian Stock Market Holidays in 2019

Indian Stock Market Holidays in 2019

The Indian stock market holidays include the national holidays and the regional public holidays. This holiday schedule is quite important for those who are trading through national stock exchanges – NSE (National Stock Exchange) and BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange). Read also:What are Nifty and Sensex? – Indian Stock Market Basics NSE and BSE have fiveRead more…

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10 Simple Financial Plan for Married Couple

Just Married? 10 Simple Financial Plan for Married Couple

Marriage is a partnership. This partnership becomes successful when you made through joint responsibility, especially when it comes to finances. Most importantly, marriage not only changes the married couple financial situation, but it also affects their financial outlook.  I know, in our traditional society most of us always try to avoid discussing the financial situationRead more…

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what are mutual fund & types of mutual fund

Mutual Funds: What are they & Types of Mutual Funds

The mutual funds are professionally managed investment funds where money collects to form a large number of investors and invests in bonds, stock, and securities. These investors are maybe an institution or retail investor. All the Mutual Funds are registered with SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) that regulates the security market. So, itRead more…

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Indian Stock Market Timings

What are the Indian stock market timings? – is often a question of every beginner. Firstly, we must know that the Indian stock market has two main stock exchanges in India.          National stock exchange (NSE) Bombay stock exchange (BSE) Opening and closing time for both exchanges are the same. Most importantly , stock market timingRead more…

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