Life planning takes financial planning one step ahead. It aids in prioritizing usage of time and money
When Rajesh Navaneetham, a 48-year-old Bengaluru-based senior information technology executive, started to think of his retirement a few years ago, it seemed to be a simple affair. Having come from a modest background, Navaneetham had to work hard to earn his daily bread. His goal was simple: I should have enough money to live off during my retirement.