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Know whether to rent or buy a house in your city

By Nitin Vyakaranam Property prices in most cities are still out of reach for many and the high interest rates on home loans only add to the misery of the common middle-class Indian. Though owning a home is a dream for many, the ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago

How to make the most of your Employees Provident ...

The Employees' Provident Fund (EPF), being an important part of one's salary, plays an essential role in building up a sufficient retirement corpus. Apart from being the easiest way to invest, the fixed returns and the taxability feature also make ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Which loan should you pay off first?

Loans are an important part of modern day finance. Most of us rely on loans for funding things like higher education, buying cars and jewellery or going in for a home of our choice. Though loans boost our purchasing power, however, over-reliance on ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Which loans should you pay off first?  Economic Times3 weeks ago

Middle Class Facing Buy Vs Rent Dilemma in Major Indian Cities - Research by ArthaYantra

Micro markets behaving differently, Mumbai and Pune prefer buying, while Delhi and Bangalore prefer renting. Inflation adjusted property price rise is negative in most of the places in the country. Expanding cities offer economically viable ...
 Businessworld India1 month ago

Peter Lynch's top six investing tips everyone must follow

When it comes to investing in stock markets, investors usually get trapped between logic and sentiment. They tend to take decisions based on herd mentality and sometime they become clueless about the future course of the stock market. This situation ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Growing Consumer Confidence Drives Diwali Spending in India

Consumers spend has increased to between Rs 10,000 Rs 30,000 for this Diwali Reduced interest in buying clothes and Fireworks, while gifts for Friends and Family top priority The Diwali advertising push by online and offline retailers is only ...
 Businessworld India2 months ago
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