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Shiva’s Home vs Kubera’s Kitchen


One day, Kubera paid a visit to Kailasa, the abode of Shiva, the hermit-god, where he met Shiva’s elephant-headed son, the corpulent Ganesha,the god of wisdom.

Kubera thought to himself, “Ganesha clearly loves food and Shiva can clearly not afford to feed him to his heart’s content.”

So as a favor to Shiva, Kubera offered to feed Ganesha one meal.

When Ganesha accepted the invitation and entered Kubera’s kitchen, Kubera said, “Eat to your heart’s content.”

Kubera soon regretted his words.

Ganesha’s appetite was insatiable. He ate everything that was in the kitchen and still asked for more. Food had to be bought from the larder and then from the market. But Ganesha was still hungry. “More please,” he said raising his trunk. Read more of this post

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Effect Of Long Term Capital Gains Tax On Equity Investments


Effect Of Long Term Capital gains tax On Equity Investments

SEBI Classification Of Mutual Funds


SEBI Classification Of Mutual Funds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Learning From Talal


 

Hire enthusiasm they say. And I always thought I had that lesson mastered. Afterall, I already find it hard to sit round instructing others on how to do things in a way that ensures that the work we turn out meets my standards of perfection, so why would I compound my own agony by hiring a person reluctant to work?

But then these days, the Arabs are teaching me a different way of seeing business. Much learning. Read more of this post

Financial Planning And Investment Planning


Financial Planning is the process of meeting one’s life goals through the proper management of personal finances.

Sound financial planning involves 6 steps :

1.Establishing short, medium and long term life goals.

2.Tabulating assets and liabilities.

3. An evaluation of the current financial position to assess the distance to goal achievement.

4.Developing a plan that shows the way for achieving different goals

5.Implementing this  financial plan

6.Monitoring and reviewing this financial plan at least yearly and making adjustments when needed. Read more of this post

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