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Bomb Fizzles

Bomb Fizzles

Time for regulators to take a cue from the recent SC ban on crackers and do away with some financial instruments


It doesn’t add up

It doesn’t add up

As purchase decisions during festive seasons are based on emotions, it is crucial to get the mental maths right


Money Warning!

Money Warning!

Too tempted to spend on the sale & celebrations around? Be prudent with where you spend this #Happynavratri season


Bullet holes

Bullet holes

Lessons the Bullet Train project can learn from other great ideas that turned out to be not so great eventually


Growth on back of loans

Growth on back of loans

Rising consumer economy is a cause of concern, given the otherwise subdued economy growth


Money lost its colour

Money lost its colour

As 99 percent of demonetised notes were deposited into banks, demonetisation for thrust to push digital money


Lessons from the Infosys Drama

Lessons from the Infosys Drama

It finally boils down to cutting losses with an investment gone bad than hoping for things to recover on its own


Why young Indians won’t be able to retire

Why young Indians won’t be able to retire

Lack of savings, love for credit and impeding employment crisis will make their retirement near impossible


Has tax collection gone up?

Has tax collection gone up?

Data can be deceptive- widening of tax collections & rise in taxpayers does not tell you if filers are rich or poor


Why pay for a bank account?

Why pay for a bank account?

Bank savings interest rates are so low that it’s time you look at alternate options to keep your money


Tomatoes in red zone

Tomatoes in red zone

Wish I had invested in tomatoes instead of the stock markets for such stupendous gains in a month


How about Dhan ki Baat in Mann ki Baat?

How about Dhan ki Baat in Mann ki Baat?

Talking about financial awareness can result in a lot more people learning about the importance of money management


Old age poverty

Old age poverty

The state of the 50 plus Indian is something to worry about. More so, if they haven’t planned their finances


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