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#Assetallocation changes as you near retirement. What if your equity #investments are stuck in a phase where the markets are battered?
Can I share #income by creating a trust?
How can an IT employee generate alternate sources of income?
How can I invest in #realestate without buying a house?
How do financially independent people generate periodic income?

How do I capitalize on my #investment if I have only a small amount to start with?
How do I know for sure that I have enough to be #financially free?
How do you account for #inflation?
How do you start #saving in your early twenties?
How does #insurance play a crucial role in the path to #financialfreedom?
How does one control their #expenses I've noticed that every time my salary increases, my expenses increase proportionately?
How should consultants or people with irregular #income handle #investments?
How should I manage #loans that may arise in the future?
How to set targets or #financial goals?
I have tried everything from equity #mutualfunds to #gold to debt funds and I'm still not financially free. I don't understand where I'm going wrong with my investments.
I want to #retire at 40. How much should I start #investing now and where should I invest?
If I'm a moderate risk taker what's the best way to #invest in #equity mutual funds now?
In these #volatile times is it good to sit on some cash If so what percentage?
In today's world, how do you design an #incomeladder portfolio for thirty years?
Is #gold a good long-term #investment?
Is it wise to withdraw #PF money and invest in avenues with better returns?
No financial #asset seems to be safe, regardless of whether it is equities, #mutualfunds, bonds, or bank deposits. What is your advice to protect capital and generate inflation-beating returns?
Save first and spend later is the thumb rule. How much should I be saving if I want to be financially free?
There are different definitions of financial freedom. For instance, #passiveincome should exceed #expenses or the desired income should be 4% of your corpus, etc. What's yours?
What are some useful #financial tools for #wealthcreation?
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