Investing Insights

How Can 50/30/20 Budgeting Help Allocate Money Towards Financial Goals

Most people understand the importance of financial planning and desire to invest towards their financial goals. However, some people are not able to do so because, by the end of the month, they are left with little or no money to invest.

Categorise Financial Goals Into Short, Medium and Long-Term Goals, Prioritise and Achieve Them

In the case of many people, they have a long list of financial goals, and limited financial resources to achieve them. In such a scenario, they can prioritise financial goals based on the time horizon to achieve them. In this article, we will understand how you can categorise your financial goals into short, medium and long-term goals and how to prioritise and achieve them.

5 Tips to use Mutual Funds for your Financial Goals

All of us have Financial Goals. Some may be aspirational, such as buying a new card or upgrading our home. Others may be uncompromisable – such as a child’s education, or building up a nest egg before we finally hang up our work boots. Regardless of the kind of goals at hand, they all require advance planning and structured, disciplined saving in order to reach fruition.

Shift in trend; 62% of Indian fathers now prioritize their daughters' education and empowerment over early marriages: FinEdge Financial Goals Study

At 30, the highest priority goal for fathers is to buy a home (26%), with only 6% of them actively planning for their children's futures at this stage. Only 1 in 5 respondents prioritize their retirement over their child's education; proclivity for retirement planning is slightly more pronounced in the south zone