Bangalore’s first-ever event to guide retiring and retired people financially organized by Happynessfactory.in was a well-attended meet which got a great response from the attendees. The seminar ‘Happy Retired Life’ put light on ways people can plan their finances to lead a happy and comfortable life after retirement. Garnering a huge response from an audience aged 50 years and above the event has created a high benchmark in the industry and given its audience a reason to smile.
Amar Pandit, CFA, is the Founder & Chief Happyness Officer at HappynessFactory.in, said, “Before planning a retirement one needs to decide on what retirement exactly means to them. For some individuals it might mean travelling the world for some living in the country side. To fulfill any of these retirement goals, financial planning is a must. HappynessFactory.in does exactly that; helps plan its client’s finances for the future in order to help them live a happy, healthy stress-free life. We are glad to have seen the tremendous response for our maiden event “Happy Retired Life” held in Bangalore and pleased to have touched base with the large audience to help them plan their finances for their retirement. We would also like to thank all our partners for their support and help to make this event a success.”
The main highlight takeaway of the event was the fact that financial preparedness for retirement is a necessity not an option which in turn helps live a stress free life before & after retirement.
Milin Shah, Product Development Head:were amongst the notable speakers at the Seminar and said, “The audience was extremely receptive and they understood the nuances of retirement planning which were explained. Over our several years of experience, we have come across many retirees and have understood that planning for retirees comes with its own challenges. The responsibility of safeguarding their money against risks such as inflation, regulatory changes, defaults by financial institutions etc lies on our shoulders. Retirees need to take a holistic view at this stage and understand the basic problems such as “Do I have enough?” and “What can I do to last it longer”