This article has been written by our guest contributor Harsh Singh Chauhan, with help from the Fintuned Editorial team.
I have always been a big fan of cars. You might casually say “Men will be Men” (please don’t take me to be a sexist) but cars are a passion for a good number of people. From the reel life of James Bond to the real life of living legend Michael Schumacher, cars represent a different but special class of machines and there is no denying the fact that a car has the ability to depict some milestone in a person’s life.
Truth be told, I can go on and on about cars but probably, this isn’t the place for it. It is quite obvious that this post is related to cars in some way (who starts talking about cars randomly? Actually I can) and as I mentioned, a decision to get a car represents a significant milestone in a person’s life, even financially. While it is established that a car is an essential financial decision, an interesting dilemma that people face is a choice between buying a new car or a used car.
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This post has been written by our guest contributor Tarun Bachhawat, with help from the Fintuned Editorial team.
“If you live each day as if it were your last, someday you will most certainly be right” – Steve Jobs
When I sat down to write an article on insurance policies (just because I recently bought one) a strange but hard-hitting thought donned upon me. I wondered how to tell people about the significance of insurance, the tax benefit people get from paying premiums etc. A second later, I rubbished all the thoughts.
WANT TO KNOW WHY? Because I realized something – buying an insurance policy is the simplest of decisions one has to take and whether you like it or not, it is absolutely naive to ignore it. Think about it. When questions like – “What will happen to my family when I am not there”, “What if I meet with an unfortunate accident” etc. come to your head, how can you ignore taking an insurance policy??
Honestly, you don’t need articles or someone like me to tell you about the significance of purchasing insurance. You just need to have compassion and common sense. That’s it.
But, there is a problem…
Continue reading “Cost of Ignorance is Greater Than The Cost of Insurance”