Weekend Roundup Sep. 21st 2013

1. Found a couple of intriguing Google doc files here:

Mutual Fund analysis in Excel sheet using past NAV history

2.  If you are interested in LICs new underwriting rules you could get them here:

Insure Guru: Blog for LIC agents and development officers

(3rd and 4th posts from the top)

  • Also check out the blog owner’s main site: Insure Guru to get an idea how deep rooted the mixing insurance and investment problem is!
  • If you need more convincing, have a look at this list of LIC combination plans prepared by them!

3. Felt happy when Hemant informed me that he mentioned my retirement calculators in his new book: Financial Life Planning : Solve Your Biggest Puzzle  (affiliate link).  I thank Hemant for his generosity.

4. For other interesting links check out the resources page

5. Calculators posted on freefincal this week:

Request: If you come across any interesting resource related to financial planning or investing, do post them in the comments section or email them to me. I will be happy to add them to the roundup post with full credit.

Have a good weekend!

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