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4 Ways to set up a new income stream

Having a second source of income is no longer a cushy backup plan; it’s the need of the hour. Here’s how to action it.

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Short term investment options for high returns

Looking to earn maximum returns in a quick and easy manner? Here are 6 short term investment plans with high returns in India

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Can high income alone help you become rich?

You could earn lakhs every year but if you don’t strategically manage your money – save, invest, and spend wisely – then you may still be poor to someone who earns thousands but handles their money well. The differentiator between rich and poor is not income but watching your expenses, keeping an eye on your debt, managing your investments and thinking long-term.

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How prepared are you to meet your child's education cos…

It’s never too early to start financial planning for child education, but it can get too late, too fast. Here’s how to take control of your child’s future.

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When is it a good idea to take a top up home loan?

Top-up on home loan is a lesser known way to fund critical financial requirements at a lower cost as compared to unsecured options.

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Ever heard of loans that help you save money?

The pressure of having to repay a loan, with or without EMIs, can be immense. But did you know that some loans can help you pay off other loans and save money in the process?

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7 Government schemes to aid economic development and financi…

From financial inclusion to better health care, these government-backed schemes are helping to improve the overall quality of life for society’s less fortunate population.

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RERA Act 2016: What are my rights as a homebuyer?

RERA or Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 aims at protecting the rights of the home purchasers as well as aids in boosting the real estate investments. The bill of this Parliament of India Act was passed by Rajya Sabha on 10 March 2016. The RERA Act was effective on and from 1 May 2016. During this time, out of 92 sections, 52 were notified. All the other provisions were effective on and from 1 May 2017. RERA assures transparency and fast disposal of projects in real estate sector. RERA Act has led to the creation of a legit system wherein issues such as quality of the projects, delays in projects, pricing of the property, etc. can be dealt with transparency. Read on to understand the rights of a homebuyer under RERA Act.

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A guide to systematic withdrawal plans

Systematic withdrawal plans can make a good addition to a retirement portfolio. Here’s why…

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Money can’t buy happiness – but here’s what it can buy

How many times have you heard the phrase ‘money can’t buy happiness’ and found yourself disagreeing?

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