With the growing workforce of millennials and young adults along with the rise of FinTech (financial technology) platforms, banking has begun to revolutionize. Thanks to Neobanking, there is a growing interest among younger people to avail banking services without the traditional banking system.
A bank's services is known to everybody: it accepts deposits from savers and grants loans to people and businesses. Opening a bank account can be tedious as going through the documentation process could take time. To reduce this time along with spreading and increasing the knowledge of financial services and digital payments, RBI initiated the concept of Payments Bank.
In India, when a young person begins his working life, the first wish he/she tends to fulfil is to either own a house or invest in it. That’s very mainstream […]
Gathering information is very necessary before starting research in any field. The information should not only be authentic but also unbiased. With the slightest of error, all calculations made for […]
Here is the list of my stocks for Investment. Disclaimer: The author of this article is not a SEBI registered analyst. Investment advices are based on personal opinion and research. […]
Mutual Fund Investments are subject to market risk, please read all scheme related documents carefully before investing. Every mutual fund ad Imagine,You have Rs. 1,00,000 ready-to-invest with you but you […]
Total Amount: Rs 1,00,00.00 Mutual Funds:1) UTI Nifty Index Fund – Direct Plan – Growth (15%)2) Axis Long Term Equity Fund – Growth (15%)3) DSP Arbitrage Fund – Direct Plan […]
Investing has its own risks. For a beginner, one might look at the stock markets in search of better returns. Going for 100% equity stocks would be okay. However, you […]
This was prepared by me for a class project! Basic Details:Name: S S NaikProfession: Engineer (Non Finance)Age: 47 YearsMonthly Income: Rs 1,00,000 + 10% increment per yearAge of Retirement: 60 […]