Cover Story: Catch Them Young
While it’s important to teach children about saving and spending money wisely, there are no fixed rules or methods. However, parents should follow a balanced and systematic approach, says Priya Nair
Life Planning for Senior Citizens : Planning for the Golden Years
They say 60 is the new 40, and with good reason. As people live longer thanks to advance medical care and technology, their cost of living rises proportionately.
Insurance: Critical Illness and how to plan for it:
Suffering from a chronic illness? You can still get insured.
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In July 1998, the Group launched "Intelligent Investor" re-christened as "OUTLOOK MONEY" as of 30-Nov-2002, India's first personal finance magazine, which offers sound strategies for the lay investor, especially the growing segment of salaried middle and upper middle-class and self-employed professionals. Its message is clear and simple: 'Invest well, borrow wisely, spend smartly'. Evidently, that message has gone down well: the magazine sold upwards of 1,00,000 copies a fortnight within a year. One of its distinguishing characteristics is that about 93 per cent of readers retain all past issues of Outlook Money