Home Buyers FAQ | Buy Your First Home

Home Buyers FAQ

Buying your first home is one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make so it’s understandable you may be feeling a little overwhelmed. Before stepping onto the property ladder, it’s essential you do your homework and properly prepare for the journey ahead. To help you avoid any nasty surprises, we’re sharing the questions most first home buyers ask as well

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Kisan Credit Card | A Boon For Farmers

Kisan Credit Card

India is mainly an agricultural country. More than 60 percent of our population depends on agriculture for their livelihood. Despite this, the Indian farmer is almost always in debt. Lack of agricultural credit or the access to it forces the farmers to resort to unorganized sector, such as moneylenders, for loans. Though the moneylenders may lure the farmers into offers

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Six Points to check before upgrading your credit card | Six Things to Consider

Six Points to check before upgrading your credit card

Today, credit cards are the handiest asset you can have. They provide ready access to money anytime, anywhere. But I wonder how many of us have chosen our credit cards wisely. Usually, our first credit card is linked with our salary account, then as we start purchasing from premium brands or stores, we end up taking their brand card. Later, as telecallers

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Axis Bank | Axis Bank Launches Prepaid Card for the Unbanked

Axis Bank

In a move towards a cashless society, Axis Bank has collaborated with Suvidha Infoserve to launch a prepaid card. The card aptly title Axis Bank-Suvidha prepaid card leverages e-KYC platform to help customers deposit and withdraw cash instantly. MD & CEO of AXIS Bank, Shikha Sharma said, “The Axis Bank Suvidhaa Prepaid card is another initiative that will take us closer to

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News USA Updates | Why a Roth IRA May Be Ideally Suited for Millennials

Usa News Roth IRA

When it comes to saving, a Roth IRA may be a Millennial’s best friend. Unlike traditional IRAs or even workplace 401(k) plans, Roth money is tax-free in retirement. And even as the account ideally grows fatter over the years -helped in part by a wondrous thing called compound interest. The original contributions can be withdrawn at any time, for any

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