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India less vulnerable to external shocks

NEW DELHI: Indian economy is less vulnerable to external shocks as it is mainly driven by household consumption and government spending, and not dependent on hot money which can move out quickly, Standard & Poor’s Rating Services said on Tuesday. The US-based rating agency expects the current account...
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Breaking Up With Your Adviser for a Robot

What do you tell your financial adviser when you are leaving for an algorithm? Joe O’Connor, a 52-year-old Connecticut salesman, had to have this conversation recently. It was delicate business explaining why he was ditching the planner he had been with for over a decade, to put his...
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Divorcing? Why You Should Hire a New Financial Adviser

If you and your spouse are headed to Divorceville, it’s often necessary to have someone – or some people – in your corner, looking out for your best interests. Although hiring an attorney seems the most obvious choice, contracting with a financial adviser is often equally as important....
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10 Money Steps to Take Before Your 70th Birthday

Our money needs — and demands — are constantly shifting as we age. By the time we reach our 60s, if we’ve planned well, we have a sizable nest egg that will support us into our older years as we scale back or stop work altogether. That doesn’t...
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