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Money is about what goes on inside our heads
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We know that staying invested is the right thing, but at some point, we lose faith and dump them.
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If you have never invested in MFs before, start by putting your money in about three schemes.
Avail of personal loan for a shorter duration
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Personal loans come with high interest rates, it is best to go for as less a duration as possible.
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DYK: Entire regular salary should be considered for EPF
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DYK: Entire regular salary should be considered for EPF

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With no specific goal one should invest in equity funds through systematic investment plans.
Credit card hell? Four ways to get out
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There are ways to reduce the burden of outstanding amount but it is better to stay away from it.
Don’t take much risk if your investment horizon is too short
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When starting with your investments begin with SIPs and gradually increase exposure to debt.
Sometimes it’s good to be called an idiot
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Sometimes it’s good to be called an idiot

Are financial literacy campaigns undertaken by financial institutions making a mark?
For a long-term portfolio, you should ideally have 4-5 funds
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For a long-term portfolio, you should ideally have 4-5 funds

As you come closer to a goal you need to gradually reduce the equity exposure.
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