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Remember those age-old movies where, after the father dies, estranged sons begin appearing on the scene to stake a claim on the father’s property and assets? The poor mother- elated by her sons’ return after her husband’s demise, but devastated by their selfishness - doesn’t know what to do. Physical and legal battles ensue to see who comes out as the winner.
How easier things would’ve been for the mother and the sons had the father taken out time to write a Will.
It is noMORE
“Retire Rich, Go away Happy”
Gone are the days when pension alone was the security blanket for the golden years of an individual's life. The past few decades have seen a rapid escalation in the growth of the private sector as more and more youngsters are opting for the dazzling city life and a 9 to 5 job. This has resulted in an escalation in early retirement plans and people looking for the best possible options are becoming a commonplace thing.
Friedrich Nietzsche famously said: “It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages.”
And married couples will agree. It is not the fire of passion or the flames of love that keep a domestic household thriving and going peacefully. It is a thing much simpler and much easier to find- friendship and companionship of the warmest kind.
After marriage, you might not have as big a social circle as you did in your bachelor days. But, you’ll have found aMORE
Let’s call out the elephant in the room straight away- many of us are simply not good at budgeting. And the idea of putting aside money for life insurance plans when we are oh-so-young-that-we-surely-can’t-die seems kind of unnecessary.
But, starting a life insurance policy offers tonnes of benefits which you might look back on regretfully if you were to purchase the policy at a later date.
So whether you have already purchased a number of life insurance plans or are teeteringMORE
Some 90% of women will be solely responsible for their finances at some point in their life. By 2020, women are expected to control $72 trillion, or 32% of all wealth globally, up from $51 trillion in 2015. – CNBC, 2019
Gone are the days when women used to stand aloof from money matters. Modern women are breaking age-old barriers, and financial independence is one of them. With improved participation of women in the workforce, soaring careersMORE