Monday, March 20, 2017

Financial Management - " Every Woman's Cup of Tea "


Shikha Bhatnagar - Executive Vice President, private banking, Bajaj Capital.

Are you one of those women, who say "financial management is not my cup of tea" because you don't have the academic financial background or sound knowledge about finance, investment, tax saving, money management, etc.

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Why Should Women Have More Financial Knowledge Than Men?


Shikha Bhatnagar - Executive Vice President, private banking, Bajaj Capital.

Both men and women should have sufficient financial knowledge to effectively participate in the money concerns related to themselves and their families. But, in general, especially in India, it is been observed that women have limited financial knowledge and lower access to formal financial products.

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Monday, September 12, 2016

Managing Debt Add a Value To Your Financial Plan


Mr. Vishwajeet Parashar

Living one’s life on debt or on EMI’s is fast becoming the way of life. The use of credit card and personal loans to meet day-to-day expenses is gaining strength. The festival season is near.

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Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Marathon to Debt Free Life


Priti Gaur

According to Maslow's Hierarchy Model of needs, the basic needs of a human being starts with shelter, food and water and later when he attains these, he proceeds to belongings, self-esteem and self-actualization.

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Friday, March 4, 2016

Investment options for Housewives


Mr. Anil Chopra - Group CEO & Director, Bajaj Capital Ltd.

Housewives have a very critical role to play in every family because they control the budget and they can set the culture whether it is saving culture or spending culture.

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

It’s time to think for goal based planning


Navneet Kumar Dubey

Before you start putting money into the market, ask yourself some questions: What exactly are you saving and investing for? What makes you do the planning? What purpose will it serve? For how long you will stay invested and what will you achieve out of it? Various sets of questions come into mind while you plan to invest.

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Monday, February 8, 2016

Plan your retirement with HDFC retirement savings fund


Vijay Thapliyal- Manager, Mutual Funds Operation, Bajaj Capital Ltd.

Most of us push back the very thought of retirement and give it the least preference in one’s life. A retirement survey shows nearly 78 percent of Indians haven’t planned their retirement.

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Friday, December 18, 2015

This wedding season, gift a secured financial future


Kumar Pushpraj

Every year during wedding season, we struggle while deciding a suitable gift for our loved ones. We settle for things like home and kitchen appliances or gadgets or may be cash. While money could be used or saved for future use, physical items almost always depreciate in their value.

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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Points to Remember: Before Investing In Mutual Fund Schemes


Priti Gaur

It has become a puzzling task for an investor to choose the right mutual fund schemes because of a large market of mutual funds. There are a number of things which should be checked by an investor before buying any scheme to match his needs and retrieve maximum benefits through mutual fund investments.

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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Tax Saving Investments: Make the Most


Anil Chopra- Group CEO & Director, Bajaj Capital Ltd.

With just a few months to go for the financial year to end, it is time to make the most of tax saving investments. Thanks to the 2015 budget, this year there are options to save a little more by investing in instruments under section 80C, 80D and 80 CCD.

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Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP)- If You Wish To Further Grow Your Retirement Corpus

Thursday,March 16,2017

Mr. Verma has retired and he has his retirement corpus with him. He needs some part of his corpus to meet his lifestyle expenses but he also wants his corpus to grow further. He understands that keeping the money in his saving accounts is not a good option because in that way his money will not grow, rather its value will diminish in adjustment against the inflation.

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