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Retirement Planning

Retirement is one of the most important life events many of us will ever experience. From both a personal and financial perspective, realizing a comfortable retirement is an incredibly extensive process that takes proper planning and years of hard work. Even after you retire, managing it is an ongoing responsibility that carries well into one's golden years.

While all of us would like to retire comfortably, the complexity and time required in building a successful retirement plan can make the whole process seem nothing short of a Miracle.

However, it is not possible. All it takes is proper planning, hard work and a little bit of luck. The following series of articles are an attempt to help you plan for your Golden Years!!!

1. Why is Retirement Planning Important?
2. How much money will I need?
3. Where will the Money come from?
4. Building the Retirement Corpus
5. Conclusion



National Pension Scheme:

1. The National Pension System – De-Mystified
2. NPS Swavalamban Scheme
3. NPS - All your questions answered
4. Returns comparison - NPS Vs ULIPs
5. Is NPS A Worthwhile Investment Option

Employee Provident Fund - India:

1. Employee Provident Fund - De-Mystified
2. How Much Pension will I Get through the EPS Scheme
3. Historic Interest Rates Offered by EPF India
4. Can I Withdraw Money from my EPF Account?
5. Can I Transfer my EPF Amount to my new Employer?

Hope you find these posts useful. 

You may be wondering how to get an idea of the amount of money you will end up accumulating by saving a small amount every month. Use the calculator widget provided by InvestmentYogi website that is embedded below and find out yourselves...



Happy Retirement!!!

5 comments:

  1. Nice Article...

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  2. Its a nice article I was looking for regarding NPS. Can you please post similar article based on returns as of say jun/Jul 2013. I also have few questions. Please let me know where I can post the same.

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    1. Please post your queries in the article in this blog which covers your question topic. For ex: If you have queries on income tax, leave your question as a comment in any of the income tax related articles...

      Sure, i will do a returns comparison as of this quarter.

      Anand

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  3. I want my pf balance on2644 of pf number.
    this is time of 1993

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    1. Sorry - I do not understand the question. Anyways, pf account balance can only be found out by the account holder. So, you need to either talk to your employer or contact the regional pf office to find it out.

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