I am a 45-year-old working lady with an income of Rs 9 lakh, per annum. I have a 16-year-old daughter and I have been advised to begin investing in gold so that I am not over-burdened during her marriage.
Q My husband and I have been divorced and I shoulder the responsibility of our seven-year-old daughter. I am a 30-year-old working woman, and earn Rs 8 lakh per annum. My husband works for the central government and has a fixed income.
I am a housewife with two children in their late 20s. My husband, who passed away last year, had made savings worth Rs 25,00,000/- in bank accounts, fixed deposits (FDs) and life insurance policies. I own the house I live in and receive a pension of Rs 13,500/- per month. Can you suggest some investment tips to help me get good returns?
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