My son may get married at 30 years assuming he joins job at 26 years, he will earn his money to get married. I WILL NOT SAVE FOR HIM. > He may get married at local registration office and a simple party at a decent hotel, it will surely not cost Rs.20,00,000 !! > Primary education will become more affordable and higher education will not be so costly, moreover my son will take loan and repay it, I WILL NOT SAVE FOR HIM.
My father never spens a rupee on my education nor marriage, why I should save? Just b'cos these companies wants to play with our money !!
In future various professions will be paid fairly, for example a sweeper in a mall will be paid just like a office goer ! A car driver will be able afford many things for which he is now not able to.... An investment in pension is prudent and rest is all bakwas...
Re: Marketing gimmicks by financial companies to empty pockets
by pooja wadhwani on Feb 07, 2011 02:54 PM
dear srinivas whether you plan your future and of your of beloved one or do not plan at all ,both they way you are right
Planning is offcourse for them who have a dream and selfesteem for their family
you want your son to marry in court,your daughter to fly away with her boy friend and your wife marry some one else with you or without all is your choice
Re: Re: Marketing gimmicks by financial companies to empty pocket
by shubham maithel on Feb 07, 2011 06:55 PM
MAN!! ur good. totally floored this srinivas guy!! *high five*. im totally in for saving for my kids n family. if my parents did it for me, i should do it for my kids too!! if they didn't then i would not want my kids to go through the tough situation i went through!! Not saving for my kids and blowing it up on me seems like 'choosing the easier path'. it not what MEN do, it what HEN do!!