Let us open the shackles of 3 Mega Myths in Personal Finance on this Independence Day, 15 August 2020. Nearly every earning individual believes these 3 Mega Myths to be Real, but Really the Reality is just opposite. (1) As I know how to earn & I do earn, well, also, so naturally I know … Continue reading 3 Mega Myths in Personal Finance
This is PPT presentation of my slides in Webinar. https://1drv.ms/p/s!AivM5ab6I3vOebXief7HEmDWq2g Please install Power point to view it perfectly Continue reading I am sharing ‘Debt Mutual Funds 07.06.2020’ with you
This post is simply a repetition of my presentation,on Debt Mutual Funds,presented on 10 July 2020,Friday
Details of presentation is displayed by series of screen shots of event.
Attached also is You Tube Video link to view presentation in full length.
Also is attached Word DocX attachment for better appreciation of slides.
Expert Speakers & their time slot in video is as follows
Introduction by ISA Secretary Dr.Naveen Malhotra Sir & Co ordinator Dr.Virendra Sharma Sir till 7 minutes
Dr Kumaresh Sir – 7 to 25 minutes
Dr Pranav Gupta Sir – 26 to 40 minutes
Myself Dr Rajnikant Gajjar – 40 to 64 minutes
Question Answer session – 65 to 88 minutes
Indian Society Of Anesthesiologists Dignitaries views – 88 minutes onward
I have answered questions at 67,73 & 108 minutes of presentation.
Retirement Planning is more like one day cricket match, but atypical in lot many ways. Habits die only on death bed, but they influence your entire life. Always develop good habits in initial years of game. Similarities need no explanation, it is differences or Atypicalities that I will elaborate in this post, so as to … Continue reading Atypical One Day Cricket -Retirement Planning.
The Corona lockdown period (22 March 2020 onwards to 14 April 2020) & Accompanying (once in decades)Capital Markets crash ,was in fact, a Demo mode for me to evaluate my Retirement Portfolio strength & Personal finance perspectives. I am writing this blog in First Person, so, the reader has all rights to agree or disagree … Continue reading DEMO RETIREMENT-MY UNDERSTANDINGS IN COVID 19 INDIA LOCKDOWN
Yes, Financial aspects are pillars in Retirement Planning, but pillars alone do not create residential structure. Creating an adequate Financial corpus that will last till last breaths ,not only of yourself, but also of surviving spouse ( please make a note ,you own responsibility for your surviving spouse also, do remember your promise to your … Continue reading Non Financial Perspectives in Retirement Planning
Momentum in Compounding Growth is most neglected aspects of Retirement Planning. On Investment journey, start may be slow but when it remains steady over number of years, it gets momentum; momentum applies to both, invested amount and ongoing fresh Investments. Ultimately a stage is reached when ongoing current investment amount is very small with respect … Continue reading The Golden Key Policy in Retirement Planning
Denial Mode to Decisive Mode. Relevant for all age groups, but crucial for 50+ age group. It is basic human tendency to deny that an issue exists, which demands due attention. But existing issue creates series of issues, when denied attention for days, months, & years. RETIREMENT PLANNING is one of such issues. To be … Continue reading From Denial Mode to Decisive Mode in Retirement Planning
Following are the Four Pillars of Retirement years. All of them are so important, not only that, they are so EQUALLY important that I am confused to rate them as 1 to 4. They are Health, Wealth, Faith and Warmth. Health needs no additional explanation. Wealth is so obvious to understand that without it Retirement … Continue reading 4 PILLARS OF RETIREMENT YEARS
https://m.economictimes.com/wealth/plan/is-rs-1-crore-enough-to-retire-here-are-3-investment-plans-to-make-savings-last-during-retirement/articleshow/71020785.cms Above is a link to my topic of this Blog Post Following is my alternative understanding on same issues For a person ,calling it a day at age 58 completed,Year 59 of life Day 1 My 3 Bucket strategy is as follows. 3 buckets Each one for 9 years. 58 +27 = 85 I … Continue reading 3 Bucket Strategy for Retirement Distribution Phase