Most specialized technologies should provide anytime, anywhere access to individual/entity/family level summary of net worth, with a granular view of asset classes and comparative over time.
To keep your PPF account active, you need to deposit a minimum amount of Rs 500 a year.
Watch the interview of Nilesh Gupta, Managing Partner of Vijay Sales, Ajit Joshi, President & COO of Urban Ladder, Govind Shrikhande, MD of Shoppers Stop, Sanchit Vir Gogia, Founder of Greyhound Research and Kartik Jhaveri of Transcend Consulting with CNBC-TV18's Surabhi Upadhyay where they advised on how one should spend wisely this festive season.
A focussed approach to saving can help you build a corpus over a period of time.
Today’s generation should develop a habit of doing digital transactions so that they can easily maintain the record of their expenses on monthly basis.
Pay yourself to start with, after all you have earned that money.
‘Free cash’ is always welcome. If such free cash can be tapped, then one can boost his savings really fast.
Women should plan their finances well enough so that they may not remain dependent on others for accomplishing their financial needs.
Life insurance has a range of products that could come in handy for meeting your financial goals such as child’s education and retirement.
'As a financial advisor, I tend to correlate everything I read to us, our lives and how we can ensure that we invest better to make our lives richer'.
The week has brought good news for homebuyers, especially those stuck with homes in the Jaypee and Amrapali developments.
Generally the two important distribution stages, where the money usage is divided into different years and calls for a specific and different strategy are the child education and retirement.
Many times individuals go overboard with their festive spending and end up in a debt trap.
Most people don’t get what they want, since, they don’t know what they want!
Independence, the true meaning of this word dawns upon us only when we don't have it. This holds true for a nation, it holds true in our lives and it also holds true with respect to money and our finances. As India celebrates yet another year of independence, Money Money Money explores the concept of financial independence with Anuradha Rao, MD & CEO at SBI Funds Management Private Limited.
Being financially independent is so easy that anybody will be able to do this with just a bit of effort.
These benefits may not appear in the employer’s CTC offer but can make a big difference for the employees.
Besides the regular savings and recurring deposits, investors can choose from the multiple risk–free options that post offices offer, right from term deposits for the salaried class to senior citizens looking to receive moderate returns on their life savings.
It is a state of having sufficient personal wealth to live, without having to work actively for basic necessities.
The function of money is to provide sustenance, and thereafter provide the means to attainment of the financial goals of life.
As we are all gearing up to celebrate our country‘s independence how about achieving our financial independence too.
Financial freedom does not mean retirement only. It means enjoying your life without being worried about money.
Financial freedom may sound like a dream come true. However, it is not the case. Follow these simple tips and you are home.
Systematic investment in equity mutual funds is the most convenient option for retail investors to create a large corpus over the long term.
With changing times, individuals have to ensure that they prepare themselves to pay for their needs and dreams.