I am salaried, 30 years old, and unmarried. I want to save for travel, parents’ health and to buy a property. What should I do with my surplus savings and where should I start?
This is an increasingly common question that we get from our customers. As women are getting financially independent, they are getting married later in life, putting their careers first and marriage following that; travelling more and sometimes choosing not to get married at all. They also take up the role of caring for their parents in their old age.
With financial independence, comes financial responsibility. The top four priorities for working single women are buying a home, parents’ health, travel and retirement. Mutual funds can help the women of today meet this goal. Let’s see how this can be made possible.
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