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10 Helpful Tips For Tax Planning In India

Paying Taxes is a necessary contribution for the development of our nation. However, it may burn a hole in your pocket in case we don’t exercise the possible options to save on taxes. Being a salaried individual, it is necessary to plan and save as much you can during each financial year. Knowledge of the income tax slabs and deductions applicable are essential as they might be subject to change with every year's finance bill. Here are some tips that Indian people can follow to ensure invest... Read more ⟶


Wed, 25 Nov 2020 by Himanshu Sharma

10 Easy Ways to Master The Art Of Saving Money

The banking sector is presently facing a slowdown, and the current interest rates are so low that returns on FD are insignificant. The country is keeling under pressure, which existed before the countrywide lockdown. 70% of the banking sector debt [https://www.hindustantimes.com/india-news/70-of-banking-sector-debt-affected-by-covid-19-s-impact/story-MAYiYZWz5NE6Pijm7XQNSJ.html] has been affected by the pandemic. Hence, with the current corona-virus pandemic, people have started reassessing... Read more ⟶


Wed, 11 Nov 2020 by Himanshu Sharma

Why You Should Think Twice Before Investing in Gold?

Indian investors are very traditional, especially regarding what they invest their trust and money in. There has always been a long-standing liking for investing in gold, even physical forms as coins and bullions. In fact, at times of economic trouble and confusion, one factor that held the economy functioning was gold. There are different ways of investing in gold too. One can invest in gold in jewelry, other physical forms like coins, gold, backed equity funds, or mining companies' shares.... Read more ⟶


Sat, 24 Oct 2020 by Himanshu Sharma

5 Easy Steps For Getting A Short Term Loan From Lendbox

A short term loan may be the right solution for your sudden, unexpected financial requirement or if there is an unforeseen cash flow crunch in your business. Instead of relying on credit cards with high-interest payoffs or running from pillar to post to borrow money from friends or family, a quick, easy, and hassle-free short-term loan could come as a lifesaver for many of us. A short term loan can be taken for flexible loan tenures ranging from 1 to 12 months for loan amounts up to Rs. 1 lak... Read more ⟶


Wed, 21 Oct 2020 by Himanshu Sharma

Investing in Covid Times | Options Indian Investors Can Explore

The COVID-19 Pandemic has greatly impacted the way India invests. Here's a list of best investment options in India that you can explore during or post the COVID-19 Pandemic.... Read more ⟶


Tue, 13 Oct 2020 by Editor

Investment Options in India: Expectations vs Reality

You’re constantly wondering if you’re making the best investment decisions or if there’s something better out there that you’re not aware of. In this article, we’ll help you understand the different types of investment products to help you make more informed decisions.... Read more ⟶


Tue, 28 Jul 2020 by Editor

P2P Lending: An Economic Ventilator During Quarantine Times.

A “Multi-Patient Ventilator” helps both the doctors and the patients. Same is with P2P lending, it helps borrowers to get easy access to cheap funds and investors to garner high returns with a single point of access.... Read more ⟶


Wed, 17 Jun 2020 by Editor

4 things you need to start doing today to have a financially healthy future!

Most of us have been taking care of our health by eating healthy food and working out regularly but how many of us focus on keeping our financial future ... Read more ⟶


Thu, 16 Feb 2017 by Bhuvan Rustagi

5 things to do in 2016 for a great financial future

Saving should be a continuous process. Retrospectively thinking, what can you do in 2016 to get more out of your savings?? I bring you a list of 5 smart 'short to medium term investments' ... Read more ⟶


Sat, 28 May 2016 by Bhuvan Rustagi

7 Common mistakes that a first time investor makes

Investing is an art, say experts and they are not wrong. If you want maximum returns from your investments, you should know how to invest. Is the process difficult?... Read more ⟶


Thu, 20 Apr 2017 by Bhuvan Rustagi

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