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HOW TO MANAGE YOUR CAR LOAN

Buying a car of your own requires careful planning and effort. A car loan is the best financial instrument to fund the purchase of a car. It enables you to buy a car of your choice which has to be paid for in easy monthly installments. You can choose the repayment tenure, and the EMI amount, and you are all …

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10 IMPORTANT TIPS TO CONSIDER BEFORE TAKING A HOME LOAN

Property is an asset that helps you reap numerous financial benefits. Whether you are looking forward to purchase property for investment purposes or for finding your new home, the banking sector provides many loan opportunities that are lucrative and beneficial. A home loan is a great form of financial assistance if you are short on cash, or are not in favour of …

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Thumb rules for personal financial planning

Financial planning in India is the prerequisite of a successful and financially strong lifestyle and gives you the edge over risks and woes of low finances at the times of need. Proper financial planning allows you to meet your life goals and to fulfill your dreams through better avenues. It helps you develop a confident and disciplined outlook towards your future …

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Must Money-Saving Tips for the Festival Times

This year does not feel like any other normal year when we could just go out splurging and shopping. We are reeling under the effects of the pandemic that has created so much of havoc in our lives. But, these festivals are a part of our traditions and celebrating them even in a small way may bring in some sense of …

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5 BEST PERSONAL FINANCE BOOKS TO READ

There are books to help you figure out a budget you feel great about, books to help you get out of debt, books to help you invest your money, and books that can help you navigate the sometimes-overwhelming world of finance. 1. Worry-Free Money: The guilt-free approach to managing your money and your life by Shannon Lee Simmons This book is hands-down personal finance …

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Personal Finance Tips For Smart Women in Their 20s

Some people faces anxiety, depression, self confidence issues, career struggles, debt, and a whole lot of other garbage that took years to overcome. In fact, they try to figure out who I am and what I stand for. If you’re facing similar struggles, know that things are only going to get better! Every small bit of progress you make is …

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WHAT IS THE 50/30/20 BUDGET RULE? FIND OUT IS IT FOR YOU?

You might have heard of the 50/30/20 rule before which is also known as the “budget rule”. This budget rule has been around for quite a bit now and it was made popular by Senator Elizabeth Warren. This basic budget rule is meant to help you divide up your after-tax income (take-home pay) and put 50% towards needs- such as …

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Tips for Woman to Take Care of Her Money

There are many different things that women should be concerned about when it comes to their finances. This is especially true in this day and age when the conditions in the financial sector are changing so much. The LXME Survey 2020 found that 66% of unmarried women claim they don’t make financial decisions independently, and 28% rely on their dads. The percentage …

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10 tips on How to Utilize Your Time To The Fullest To Enhance Your Wealth

We know too well that money is precious. However, we usually ignore another precious resource, time. We should value time as much as we value money—wasting it is similar to wasting money. Here are some useful tips on how to utilise your time to the fullest to enhance your wealth.1. Create a Schedule How to go about it: List all your …

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4 Personal Finance Mistakes to avoid in your 30s

When it comes to financial planning, the 30s are a crucial period of your life. By this time, most of us have figured out a career path, have a regular income, are married and some of us might even be proud parents. During this period of your life, you have greater responsibilities as compared to in your 20s. So, it …

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