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Kartik Jhaveri The Indian Express Group

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Watch out for I-T notice

Monday 1 April '13

Don’t be surprised if you see a tax notice in you mail
A back-up plan for happiness

Monday 25 March '13

Get ready to retire today and taste freedom, but don't be foolhardy
The next phase of planning

Monday 18 March '13

Don’t blindly rush into pension policies, it could be a dead end
Exercise a plan, score the goal

Monday 11 March '13

'I'll buy a house in 2 years' is better than 'I'll buy it when I have the money'
Your wealth and the Budget

Monday 4 March '13

Have the proposals of the recent Union Budget changed your lifestyle?
A tale of two cities

Monday 25 February '13

Having houses in two cities may not be a good idea, even if you are a CEO
The declaration of tax

Monday 18 February '13

This year, choose products that will optimise returns while you save tax.
The curious case of Murli’s free-for-all purchase plan

Monday 11 February '13

Financial planning is an amazing profession because you seldom have a similar situation repeating.
Finding the perfect investment option

Monday 4 February '13

There are many attributes or characteristics to an investment decision.
Betting on investment strategies always wins

Monday 28 January '13

The rule is to stop buying products and start looking for strategies
Wealth management: The advisor portfolio

Monday 21 January '13

If company maketh a man, here are few people who can make you a rich one
Planning for an emergency

Monday 7 January '13

Here’s how you can have access to cash in short notice
Money matters: Seven sins & financial planning

Monday 31 December '12

Cleanse yourself from the sins that keep you from reaching your financial goals
The truth about wealth

Monday 24 December '12

Wealth is everyone’s right but few recognise it and even fewer exercise it.
Asset management: Playing safe is dangerous

Monday 17 December '12

If you are sitting on large assets with tiny earnings, get off the time bomb
Show me the money

Monday 10 December '12

Follow the 3C philosophy to get out of the vicious cycle of ‘cash comes-cash goes’
So, how much money before you say enough?

Monday 3 December '12

Beyond a certain point, how much you earn does not really matter
Never be complacent about your wealth

Monday 26 November '12

Money supply is not limitless, so be disciplined and keep saving regularly.
The key to prosperity

Monday 19 November '12

Set out to get all you desire with some thumb rules and a calculator
Keep investing to stop wealth eluding you

Monday 12 November '12

The key to creating wealth is discipline backed by sound professional advice.

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