“The Ouch Fund” – Do You Have It? (4 min read)

Money magazine says that 78% people will suffer from a negative financial event in a 10-year period.

Lying on the small hospital bed with the IV in his hand and the broken mobile, after the car accident, Mr. Dumbbell was thinking about the next few months and the jolt to his earnings that the car accident had caused. Although medical expenses were not a major concern for him as they were covered by his insurance, his disrupted income stream posed a challenge for the family.

Many of his relatives and colleagues visited him while he was bedridden. Knowing his sudden financial need, some of his relatives and friends offered him help. If he hadn’t got the timely help, he was even prepared to liquidate his assets and investments.

But, each one of us might not be as fortunate as Mr. Dumbbell. So, what do you think he did wrong? Continue reading ““The Ouch Fund” – Do You Have It? (4 min read)”

Whom to trust with your money? (3 min read)

What is the dearest thing to you?

When we surveyed people, and asked them this question, most of them answered -family relations, health and money; in the same order of preference. Mr. Brainy and Mr. Dumbbell also had the same answers.

Since family relations are the dearest, what do you do to help maintain your family relations?

  • Spend time with family, give them due importance.
  • Behave affectionately.
  • Show our appreciation and love for our family.

Now coming to health and its issues,

Continue reading “Whom to trust with your money? (3 min read)”

We know it. Do we?

Many people die with their music still in them. Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live. Before they know it time runs out.”

-Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.

We all know that we have one life to live and that there are no retakes. We know about all the good habits that one should possess for a successful life. We know about all the secrets there are to it, thanks to all the wisdom shared to us by successful people. We know that smart work and hard work should go hand in hand. So, what is the problem? Continue reading “We know it. Do we?”

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