Tag: personal finance

How to get the best home loan

4 simple tips will get you the best home loan product. Try them today!

It has become imperative, in today’s times, to take a home loan if one wants to buy a house. The cost of real estate has escalated tremendously over the last decade, and most buyers are unable to fund the purchase unless they take a home loan. Continue reading “How to get the best home loan”

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Your first salary is your stepping stone to a stable financial future

Your first income opens a gateway to financial independence. But how you map your finances from there on will decide the course of your life.

One’s first salary is a watershed moment in one’s life. It may be a paltry sum or a handsome one, but one is never going to forget it for as long as one lives.

In many ways, the first salary marks a significant departure from when one is a youngster, to the point where one is considered a ‘grown up’[1]. It is a moment when one steps into the world as an earning member of society that can pay expenses and become responsible for themselves. If the salary is high enough, the person may even begin to shoulder the responsibilities of the household. Continue reading “Your first salary is your stepping stone to a stable financial future”

Know How Much Tech Debt Is Really Costing You

The principal factor of tech debt metaphor is that there are some prices you have to pay when you take shortcuts or intentional tech debts or make any mistakes or unintentional tech debts. It is also said that this cost would increase over time as long as you ignore tech debt and do not repay the interest. Tech debts are often overlooked and ignored as there is no apparent cost factor related to it as is with any financial debt where you can know the cost of your monthly payment and what it would sum up to if you delay in repayment. Therefore, it is required to quantify tech debt to know how much it costs you and your company.     Continue reading “Know How Much Tech Debt Is Really Costing You”

Responsibilities Of Stakeholders In Reducing Tech Debt

Tech debt, which is inevitable for a software engineering and development business, is not just the responsibility of the business owner to regulate, control and address, but it is a team effort off all the staff of the business including the stakeholders. There are some specific actions which are meant for the stakeholders. When such actions are taken, it would effectively reduce tech debt and result in the proper functioning of the codes as well as the survival of the business on the whole. Now, there are several categories of the stakeholders, and every type has their specific role towards addressing tech debt and keeping it to the minimum.    Continue reading “Responsibilities Of Stakeholders In Reducing Tech Debt”

Wealth Management for Dummies

To be frank, wealth management is beyond the scope of dummies. It needs to be well understood so that your future is safe. Wealth management entails a highly technical, professional and individualised service that combines financial and investment advice, accounting and tax services, and any other related financial advise for a set fee payable to an individual or institution. One who decides to venture into the domain must have a formal training background like CA, Costing or CFA holder.

Buying Insurance Online is now Simpler – Click to Insure

Customer service is playing an important role in the BSFI sector. Some of the service orientation is introduced in BFSI through extensive customer relationship management systems and advanced analytics. These systems appear at the background and facilitate the front end service providers to deliver a personally crafted service experience based on needs. If one walks into any bank today, tellers and personal bankers provide an extensive service orientation and help the customer feel empowered into making any decision. Further personal bankers these days help the customers through processes of onboarding, engagement, problem redressals and discovery.  Continue reading “Buying Insurance Online is now Simpler – Click to Insure”

Changing Life Insurance Trends in India

Ever since liberalization in the early 1990s, life insurance in India has seen significant growth. Between April 2015 and February 2016, new premium income of Rs. 1.072 trillion (US $ 15.75 billion) was recorded in the country, at a growth rate of 18.3%. Till the end of February 2016, growth of 14.1% was seen in gross direct premium at Rs. 864.2 billion. Continue reading “Changing Life Insurance Trends in India”

Personal Loans 101

If your wheels are turning and your mind is heading toward the realm of personal loans, then you are on the right track. Welcome to club borrow. More people are taking personal loans than ever before. In fact, CNBC reported a 30 percent increase of applicants from 2013 to 2016. Such people take personal loans to conduct a wide variety of tasks. One of the most common tasks for which consumers borrow personal loans is debt consolidation. Therefore, you have many sisters and brethren in the same financial boat that you are in. However, you have to develop a plan to make the personal loan work for you. You will have to take such a loan from a top provider. You should never just settle for any half-concocted loan product. Way too many respectable lenders are in the world for that. Continue reading “Personal Loans 101”

The step by step guide to opening a savings bank account

If you are about to open a savings bank account, we guide you through the procedure and the documentation required.

Every person who makes an income starts by opening a savings bank account. It is the best way to stow away one’s surplus funds and use it in the future for personal and professional purposes. Whatever money one earns or saves every month can be safely put away in the savings account. It is the best way to put away your savings and also earn interest from the bank. Continue reading “The step by step guide to opening a savings bank account”

An SME Loan Can Help You Build Your Dreams

It is interesting to know that as of June 2016, India recorded approximately 4,200-4,400 start-ups. According to a report by a top lobby group, Nasscom and Zinnov Consulting, India has the third highest number of start-ups in the world, behind only the US and the UK. It is possible that India will overtake the UK (4,500-5,000 start-ups) in 2017. Another important statistic to know is that most of the founders, almost three out of every four, are under the age of 35. Thesesure are the few guys who will be fulfilling their dreams early in life. Continue reading “An SME Loan Can Help You Build Your Dreams”