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Zerodha founder Nithin Kamath shares helpful retirement tips for millennials; Cred founder Kunal Shah reacts

Retirement Tips: Timely or early retirement has been a reason for concern for a lot of and other people imagine in planning for retirement from an early stage. Zerodha founder Nithin Kamath shared some essential tips for Gen Z and millennials to assist them plan for his or her retirement. In a sequence of tweets, Kamath stated that Gen Z  & even millennials do not suppose sufficient in regards to the falling retirement age because of technological progress & life expectancy going up because of medical progress. He stated that within the subsequent 20 years, the retirement age may scale back to 50 years and life expectancy could be round 80 years. So, individuals must fund the 30 years of their lives post-retirement.

“If climate change doesn’t kill us all, the retirement crisis will probably be the biggest problem for most countries 25 years from now. Earlier generations got lucky with long-term real estate & equity bull markets that helped create a retirement corpus. Unlikely in the future,” stated Kamath.

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He went on to share tips and requested individuals to keep away from taking loans for issues that they will do with out. “1. Stop getting triggered by everyone trying to lend & stop borrowing to buy things you don’t need or depreciate in value. 2. Start saving early. Diversify across FDs/G-Secs & SIPs of Index funds/ETFs. Stocks are probably still the best bet to beat inflation long term. 3. Get a comprehensive health insurance policy for yourself & everyone in the family. One health incident is enough to push most people into financial ruin or set them back many years financially. Jobs don’t last forever, hence one policy outside of what is provided at work. 4. If you have dependents, they should be covered if something happens to you. Buy a term policy with adequate cover. In the worst case, this money in a bank FD should cover their financial needs,” stated Kamath.

Reacting to his thread on retirement planning, Cred founder Kunal Shah stated that almost all Indian contemplate their kids as their retirement plan. “Cred’For most Indians, their children is their retirement plan,” stated Shah.

The current retirement age is someplace between 58 and 65 years in India.

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