I’ve simply lost track of the number of horror stories I’ve heard about totally junk life insurance being forcibly dumped on your head by relatives/friends-cum-insurance-agents. Everyone out there seems to have bought a life insurance policy from either a relative, or a friend, or a friend of a relative, or a relative of a friend, […]
If I have to pick one strategy that’s helped me move up leaps and bounds with managing my personal finances, it’s got to be my single source of financial truth. When combined with this really fundamental equation: Each month — Income minus Annual Expenses EMI minus Budgeted Expenses minus Savings for Short-term Goals minus Investments […]
I asked D to create a sketch as a follow-up to my post on The Fallacy of Traditional Retirement Calculations. She created magic! Sketch © D. And here’s the complete set of responses that I received for the December book giveaway contest. I’ll announce the winner tomorrow. Meanwhile, can you guess the winner?
Here’s an interesting twist to this month’s book giveaway. Sketch © D. What you see in the picture above is a partial view of the next Art of Finance sketch. To win a copy of the Savings and Investment Yearbook 2012 by Value Research all you need to do is guess the theme of the […]