Safety Tips for First-Time Debit Card Users
A debit card is basically a card used for fund transactions. Going by the name plastic cash, bank card and more, you can enjoy electronic access to your savings account in any bank via ATMs. You can deposit and withdraw as per your convenience this way without the hassle of standing in long queues. Same can be utilized for mobile banking and internet banking.… (0 comment)

Very Imp : Tips to Use Debit Card Safely 2018
Debit cards serve different purposes, and are convenient to use. It relieves us of the burden of carrying a cash heavy wallet around. But as every good thing comes with a flipside, debit cards are easily susceptible to fraudulent attacks. It is true that every debit card transaction is conducted through secure platforms yet they are susceptible to all kinds of hacking and cyber-attacks. To avoid being a victim of debit card frauds, you need to know how to use your debit cards safely. … (0 comment)

Select your pick during taxing times – PPF or ELSS?
Tax planning tops the list of to-dos for salaried professionals towards the last quarter of the every fiscal year. Let's mull over two popular instruments for tax saving - Equity-Linked Saving Schemes (ELSS) the Public Provident Fund (PPF) - in this article. Although ELSS funds are found attractive, given their tendency to generate higher inflation-adjusted returns over the longer run, PPF seems a safer gamble for the risk-averse investors. … (0 comment)

What is  Liquid funds ? Liquid Funds = Stable returns + high liquidity + low risk
About 95% of Indian households wish to deposit their money in savings bank account while less than 10% prefer to invest in mutual funds or stocks according to the latest Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) investor survey. Assured returns and instant liquidity attract investors to bank accounts. While they can keep a part of their money in savings accounts based on their comfort level, they can consider investing in liquid funds which also offer quick liquidity with stable income … (0 comment)