Here is an e-book based on a (nearly) unabridged collection of 20 posts written earlier. I have not bothered to connect the chapters. I hope that will not spoil your experience too much. Perhaps only a reader who is used to my style and intent might find this collection useful.
This is an experiment. Please let me know if it is a good idea to compile past posts as an e-book.
The following posts are part of the compilation
Personal Finance Self Evaluation Checklist
How to fortify your financial castle
How to Buy a Term Life Insurance Policy
How to Buy a Health Insurance Policy
Say NO to Packaged Financial Products
Retirement Planning – A Slide Show
Understanding How Retirement Calculators Work
Generating an inflation-protected income with a lump sum
How to invest for long-term goals – part 1
How to invest for long-term goals – part 2
How to select mutual fund categories suitable for your financial goals?
How to select an equity mutual fund -preamble
How to select an equity mutual fund – Creating a shortlist
How to select an equity mutual fund – Making a Choice!
How to Select Debt Mutual Funds Suitable For Your Financial Goals?
How to Conduct a Personal Financial Audit
How to review your mutual fund portfolio?
Review Your Retirement Portfolio in Seven Easy Steps
Asset allocation for long-term goals
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