Friday, February 24, 2017

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For K Ganesh, the greatest thing money can buy is time

Outlook Money brings you the views on money matters from some of India's most influential people

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Money is just a means

How Infosys’ Narayana Murthy’s household managed to run easy at Rs 7,000 a month in the year 2000

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Respite for senior citizens

The assured returns for a ten-year period at 8 per cent is a boon for senior citizens

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Focus on adding value to yourself, says Amrita Pandey

Outlook Money brings you the views on money matters from some of India's most influential people

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Money is very important but not an end in itself, says Prasoon Joshi

Outlook Money brings you the views on money matters from some of India's most influential people

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New record keeping agency

Once you start contributing to the NPS, the CRA informs the trustee bank of your chosen pension fund manager

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Easy Money

Onboard a streetcar named desire, people with some extra money want a quick road to riches

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Increasing the taxpayer base

The increase in the taxpayer base will have a trickledown effect on the economy

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Bibek Debroy’s money mantra

Outlook Money brings you the views on money matters from some of India's most influential people

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Love for work is the first rule of being successful, proves Miss Malini

Outlook Money brings you the views on money matters from some of India's most influential people