How Can Borrowers Reduce Home loan EMIs and Make Prepayments?
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How Can Borrowers Reduce Home loan EMIs and Make Prepayments?

If an individual is not smart about his choices, he will spend half of his life with burdens and regrets. In the same way, if a borrower does not make a smart financial choice, he will spend his life paying off EMIs on different loans. If the borrower does not work on his financial planning carefully, the EMIs he needs to pay will affect his monthly budget drastically and make his life a bit harder.

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Manu Manek: The Cobra of Indian Stock Market
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Manu Manek: The Cobra of Indian Stock Market

Whenever anyone talks about the stock market's scams "Harshad Mehta" is usually the first name that comes to mind. Harshad Mehta was known as the "Big Bull" of the stock market because he used to hike up the price of the shares by manipulating the share market.

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Saving Schemes: Evaluating the Best Schemes in India
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Saving Schemes: Evaluating the Best Schemes in India

As time has its own way of changing things, it is quite obvious that today's India is quite different from the India a few decades ago. There's a long list of things that have changed in the nation. Each field, industry, states or cities, or sectors have developed in their own way. India is going online, people becoming more intellectual, the luxuries of then becoming the necessities of now; everything has changed drastically. 

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Current Account vs Savings Account
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Current Account vs Savings Account

How do you save money? Considering the techniques of the olden days, keeping a large amount of money with you or in a steel locker in a house might be risky, or saving money on a daily/weekly/monthly basis by distributing it, might be hectic to manage on your own as it takes a lot of time. So, is there any alternative solution? Where do I keep my money if not in my house? How can I manage the timely savings of my money?

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Liquidity Ratio: The Water of Accounting Ratios
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Liquidity Ratio: The Water of Accounting Ratios

Are you a shopping enthusiast? Do you love buying new things? There would hardly be any person who does not like buying fresh, new stuff. The one common pattern found with almost every shopper is the process of a proper analysis of the product before actually buying it.

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6 Best Term Insurance Policies
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6 Best Term Insurance Policies

Securing your family's future is the best gift for your loved ones in your absence. For this gift, you need a term insurance plan that offers a variety of insurance plans that can be friendly to your pocket and offer you plenty of benefits.

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Taxation of Mutual Funds and their Effect on Returns
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Taxation of Mutual Funds and their Effect on Returns

Taxation on mutual funds might be complex for those investors who do not have any prior knowledge of the industry. And planning to invest in mutual fund schemes without knowing the taxation, might lead to a loss of your money in the form of tax.

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Benefits of Investing in Mutual Funds
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Benefits of Investing in Mutual Funds

All of life's problems seem simple and finding solutions to them get only easier when one knows what they are doing or have a rough idea about what has to be done. Some can seek help by reaching out to their family or friends, or some can be their individualistic self; but whichever route one takes, the theme of knowing what one is doing remains consistent.

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Senior Citizen Savings Scheme: Here’s all you need to know
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Senior Citizen Savings Scheme: Here’s all you need to know

Risk. A word that comes up with a package of a lot of emotions; excitement, fear, belief, anxiety, dismay, and whatnot. Risk is considered to be a part of life; rather, life is all about risks. Whether it's checking your luck in casinos, hiding the truth from your parents, getting out without an umbrella in monsoon, lending money to someone, investing in stock markets, etc. everything comes up with risks, either small risks or grave ones.  

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Top 10 Life Insurance Companies in India
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Top 10 Life Insurance Companies in India

Uncertainties are part of life and can be seen everywhere. There would hardly be any situation where any happenings are sure to be 100% certain. Even the small events around us are riddled with some scepticism. 

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Everything about Fund of Funds, GETF and Offshore Schemes
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Everything about Fund of Funds, GETF and Offshore Schemes

Having a limited amount of money as savings often leads to confusion about where it can be invested or kept aside. People with any amount of savings often come across questions like, "Should I store it in the house? Should I put it in the bank? Or should I keep that money in the bank as a fixed deposit(FD) with a lock-in period?"

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Solution Oriented Mutual Fund and its Types
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Solution Oriented Mutual Fund and its Types

Saving money is highly advised and accepted practice all across the globe. People who work and earn money, keep some amount of their hard-earned income to save for their future plans like retirement, marriages, education of their own or of their child.

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Aditya Puri's journey: An 'inspiration' to banking sector

Some tales of success have been heard by us all. Whether it's the story of newspaper boy Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, chaiwala Modi Ji, bus conductor Rajnikanth, or the story of living legend Amitabh Bachchan, all such struggle revealing stories has been well-known and highly appreciated. But have you noticed that such popular early life stories are just of either politicians or the big stars of the entertainment industry, nothing else!

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IMPS: All you need to know
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IMPS: All you need to know

In the hustle and bustle of life, what all an individual aspires for are systems which are beneficial and flexible at their end. People always seek for something that doesn't require a lot of time and can be done with ease and comfort without any tussle. And with the entrance of digitization in the modern world, this has become possible. Whether it's online shopping, ordering food, booking reservations, or anything; anything and everything can be done via online systems.

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FD vs Mutual Funds: Which is better to Invest?
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FD vs Mutual Funds: Which is better to Invest?

Money has become an important factor in our daily lives, and with time, our standard of living has increased. With an increased standard of living, the demand and need for money have also increased. Savings in a bank account only gives a little interest payment just as a favour for depositing your money and letting banks lend it.

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What is depository and the Roles of CDSL and NSDL
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What is depository and the Roles of CDSL and NSDL

We all, as individuals, deposit cash in banks, and enjoy the benefits of interest. These benefits are looked after by banks. In the same way, trading is something that has evolved; from physically buying certificates to now exchanging in a click, digitally.

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History and Structure of Mutual Fund
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History and Structure of Mutual Fund

The topic of Mutual funds was made popular in the Indian market in the past decade through extensive advertising involving popular actors and cricketers. Since the Indian audience did get intrigued, mutual funds were able to make a place for themselves in the market against many other investment schemes. 

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SEBI's Categorization and Rationalization of Mutual Fund Schemes

Mutual funds were made to make investing easy, so investors would not have to be burdened with picking individual stocks. There were two qualities about the mutual funds of the 1920s that made them extremely speculative. One was that they were heavily leveraged. Second, mutual funds were allowed to invest in other mutual funds. 

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