Somehow everyone seems to believe that India is country producing student prodigies excellent in Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science at an alarming rate and someday we will be at the helm of innovation with our excellent young talent pool.
We all want to work in companies that have a global presence and is working in projects that are interesting. IT companies like Wipro, Infosys, Accenture etc. have become household where every other person is an employee of a big IT major. But there are companies that may be not as big as those IT majors but their work speaks volume of their innovation.
Finland, a socialist Nordic country in Northern Europe has slowly garnered worldwide attention due to its great performance at Reading, Math and Science. It has been one of the top performers at the PISA rankings for quite some time. Studies were done and the reasons were found out behind Finland’s success. But this article won’t be on why Finland succeeded.
When you get your first salary, you are excited and you want to enjoy life. But today enjoyment at any big city in any country comes at a cost and that cost is increasing day by day not keeping parity with our increase in salary. All financial advisers will say “It’s not what you make but what you keep that makes you rich” and “Make your money work for you”.
Indian Inflation Rate for the month of June 2017 has dipped to 1.54%. This has been the lowest in almost 20 years.
Yes, our whole economy and the financial structure runs on trust and the system is controlled by a firm grip of the central banker. The central bank is the all-powerful in the world of economics.
Every person working in a 9-5 job works hard to get a pay rise and thinks that by saving enough one day he will be able to afford his dream car or his dream home. But there is a problem – INFLATION.