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28th October, 2017
Wealth management: Filing Vedic returns (Part 3)
Dr KK Aggarwal
Every year all of us file our returns for the previous financial year. This is mandatory. Some of us also pay off instalments or EMIs (equated monthly instalment) on loans etc.
 
It is also important to file our Vedic returns on the total wealth accumulated by us. To reiterate, money alone is not wealth. The eight forms of Goddess Lakshmi or “Ashta Lakshmi” describe our total wealth, as I discussed few days back. All these forms of wealth are also taken into consideration, when one is writing their will.

Evaluation of wealth or value of a company (or your own), also includes evaluation of the people as a resource and the business plan of the company (or your own growth plan). A company’s worth is not just assessed by its assets as they stand today. Five or 10 years down the line will also decide the assets of a company. Here lies the importance of a business plan (or your retirement plan).
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New Delhi, 27 October 2017: As per recent reports, antibiotic resistance is making gonorrhea ‘much harder and sometimes impossible’ to treat. The report cites data from around 77 countries, one of which is India. About 11.4 million in the southeast Asian Region, including India, are infected with the disease every year. The bacteria that cause gonorrhea are becoming particularly resistant. Every time, a new class of antibiotics is used to treat the infection, the bacteria evolve to resist them.
 
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