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Impact of Demonetisation and GST rollout on Indian economy

In November 2016, the government made a high-risk, high-stakes economic intervention in the world’s largest democracy, with an objective to reduce corruption. Overnight, 86% of cash in circulation was voided. In a country almost 90% cash reliant, chaos ensued.  With effect from 8th Nov. 2016,  our PM Shri Narendra Modi  banned currency notes of 500 and 1000. It is a strict decision of banning regular 500 and 1000 rupee notes from circulation which is a result of finding 1.25 lakh crore black […]

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MBA in India and Overseas

 Master in Business Administration is an internationally recognized two-year program in management. In the past, there were only a few management colleges offering the degree and earning an MBA wasn’t very popular either. The research shows most of the people do an MBA to transform their career. It helps people get more exposure and enrich one’s skills in leadership, negotiation, public-speaking, and analytical as well as entrepreneurial aspects. It also helps generate self-confidence and knowledge. Some say it helps to […]

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Bitcoin Trading

       Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer digital currency launched in 2009 by ‘’Satoshi Nakamoto’’. Satoshi worked on the project alone for 2 years before releasing the code to the public. He disappeared shortly after creating the cryptocurrency, but before leaving he posted the now infamous quote: ‘’It might make sense just to get some in case it catches on’’ With a 300%  increase in its value in just one year, Bitcoins could well be the kind of investment you […]

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Why is planning for child education so important- What about inflation?

Child Education Planning ensures comprehensive financial planning for a child’s education and development needs by way of paying regular premiums or a lumpsum amount. At key education milestones of the child one can use this money partly or completely .  Why is planning for child education so important? Parents nowadays are spending huge amount of money on the up-bringing of their child by opting for costly international schools, private engineering colleges, up-market dance academies, drawing institutes and a host of […]

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How much should I save for my child’s education needs

Almost all planning including financial, start with understanding what the goal is. Many of us would agree that parenting is a tricky job. Even trickier is planning for your children’s higher education.  The mounting cost of education in recent years has eaten into a major part of the household budget. An Assocham survey showed that 65% of parents spend more than half their take-home pay on their children’s education, extra co-curricular activities placing significant burden on their family budget. According […]

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