Listen to a captivating podcast episode featuring Col Rakesh Goyal(Retd), a retired Army Officer who made a remarkable transition into the world of finance building Lets Invest Wisely . 🚀 Join us on this enlightening journey as we delve into his military experiences, explore what led him to financial services, and learn how his military discipline has shaped … Continue reading Listen to a captivating Podcast featuring Col Rakesh Goyal, Founder & CEO, Lets Invest Wisely
Explore the impact of the 2021 Union Budget on provident funds and discover alternative investment options like Bank FDs, RBI Bonds, and various Mutual Funds. Make informed decisions to beat inflation and grow your wealth.
There have been a large number of queries from the retiring officers as regards options available towards investment of retirement corpus. Although the investments are planned based on the risk profile, financial goals and the time available to achieve these goals, there is a common belief to park this money in ‘safe’ assets, primarily consisting … Continue reading Investment Options For Retirement Corpus
In the last three months or so, ever since the lockdown has been enforced all across the world, the household savings rate has gone up substantially despite an increase in unemployment/loss of income. No outdoor eating /parties/movies, no shopping other than necessities, no travel are the main contributors. Why do we have to save money? … Continue reading Why Do We Save and How Should We Invest?
The recent decision of freezing six of their debt fund schemes by Franklin Templeton Debt mutual fund has sent a shock wave among the investors’ community who thought debt investments are safe and do not require any risk management. But if you see closely and analyse their investment pattern, it was an event waiting to … Continue reading Investments In Debt Mutual Funds
Rates of interest on various small saving schemes have been slashed substantially by the Government of India wef 01 April 2020. The annual rate of interest on Bank Savings Account would be around 2.75% and Bank FDs will fetch you 5.5% to 5.8% for one to three years of term deposit. Further, interest accrued on these investments … Continue reading Are We Loosing Money By Investing In Bank FD?