This is a guest post written by Manikaran Singal who is a certified financial planner and runs a personal finance blog -Â Good Moneying. This is a very common question these days among so called â€œSandwich Generationâ€ whoâ€™s juggling between the… Read moreHow to generate retirement income for parents?
This post is written by Shiv Kukreja Once quite popular with the investing community, post office small saving schemes have recently gone out of favour with the investors. No hike in the interest rates of these schemes for quite a… Read morePost Office Schemes – Departure of KVP, Introduction of NSC II & Other Recent Changes
This post is written by Shiv Kukreja The Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) structure is a very effective way to save tax and a lot of people are eligible to create HUFs but somehow there is very little awareness about it…. Read moreIntroduction to HUFs
This is a guest post by CA Karan Batra, Accounting and Tax Consultant based in New Delhi. Mutual Fund Charges We all know that investing in equities through mutual funds is a great option for an individual as mutual funds… Read moreMutual Fund Fees and Charges
Reader Pattu Â has developed a retirement calculator for his own use, and was interested in sharing it with other OneMint readers as well. I took a look at it, and liked what he’s done, so I’m sharing the calculator here…. Read moreDownload Excel Based Retirement Calculator
The author is the Founder and Director of Holistic Investment Planners (www.holisticinvestment.in) a firm that offers Financial Planning and Wealth Management. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Today I am going to debunk a few investment myths. You will know… Read moreGuest Post: Do you know these 8 Investment Myths?
Today I present a guest post from Manish Jain of MProfit, which is a desktop portfolio management software. His message of thinking about asset allocation is a timely one as the market gets flooded with bond issues, and IPOs, and… Read moreThe importance of asset allocation in developing a financial roadmap
You did your math.Â You know how much you need to save for retirement.Â Now what?Â Do you just keep all your savings in a box under your mattress?Â What about in the freezer?Â A savings account at the bank?Â … Read moreRetirement saving options for early retirement
An annuity is a contract between insurance companies and people arranging for retirement.Â The insurance company agrees to pay you money in the future for the money you give them now.Â In theory, an annuity would make sense because: Annuities… Read moreUsing annuities for retirement
The 401(k) is a retirement savings plan that happens through the employer.Â Here are some major points about the 401(k) plan: Contributions made to the account are pre-tax.Â Depending on a personâ€™s tax bracket, this can mean substantial savings when… Read more401(k) and your retirement