Highlights of Financial 2013-14 Budget in Share and Stock Sector
The Union Budget of India, also referred to as the Annual Financial Statement is one of the most important financial plans made for the forthcoming accounting period in the country. The Financial Budget is presented by means of the ‘Financial Bill’ and the ‘Appropriation bill’.Are We Living in a Board Game Economy?
The game of Monopoly was first marketed back in 1935. It was the modern prototype for the enterprising real estate tycoon and emerging entrepreneurial society. But when we consider current business and political trends, the US economy bears an uncanny resemblance to the stylized acquisition of wealth in Monopoly game play. Through the purchase, rental and sale of properties, we learn to collect play money and accumulate assets. The game’s Banker is the only form of authority present as he or she pays all salaries and bonuses, sells and auctions all properties, and collects all taxes, fines, loans and interest.? There is no Debt Clock, no Recession and no fiscal ramifications in Monopoly. No one ever really goes broke because the banker simply issues more money.Investing in the Stock Market – Is It Right for You?
Putting your cash in a safe doesn’t make your money grow faster. Therefore, investing it somewhere is always preferred over letting them squirreling away in a safe. Now the question is where to invest?Manage Your Wealth Wisely
Taking good care of your money is important. You could earn money in the billions, but if you don’t know how to handle it smartly, you might as well be a pauper. The problem with managing your money is that you might not always have the knowledge or the time for it. But whichever is the case, you can surely use some help with the handling of your finances. And this is exactly what wealth management services can do for you.Are We at the Beginning of the End of Our Financial System?
Right now things are heating up around the world especially in Europe, since the 2008 financial crisis the economy has not been able to recover to how it was performing before. Banks were bailout and huge stimulus were made so that the markets recover and growth around the globe could continue its path. However what we have seen in the last years is that no stimulus has been able to create the economic growth that US, Europe and other countries had before and what is worst is that now we no longer have to bailout banks but entire…