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4 Mistakes To Avoid When Taking a Personal Loan

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4 Mistakes To Avoid When Taking a Personal Loan

A personal loan is an unsecured loan offered by banks and non-banking financial companies (NBFCs). These are unsecured because a borrower is not required to pledge any asset—property, jewelry or car—to get the loan. For this reason, personal loans come with a higher interest rate compared with secured loans, such as a home or car…

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Will these mutual funds help me to fund my child’s education, marriage

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Will these mutual funds help me to fund my child’s education, marriage

I am 30 years old. My goals are as follows: For child’s higher education: Rs 60 to 70 lakhs after 20 years. For child’s marriage: Rs 1.5 crore after 25 years. For my retirement: Rs 2 crore after 30 years. My current investment are: PPF: Rs 3.5 lakh Reliance Retirement Fund – Wealth Creation Scheme-Growth ★★★★★…

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Follow these steps to repay your personal loan quickly

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Follow these steps to repay your personal loan quickly

Meeting needs can be difficult in today’s times considering how inflation has had an increasing effect on prices of goods and daily needs. The characteristic of the market slowdown and economic depression that the country is currently going through, expenses are mounting compared to income levels, thus, warranting the need to apply for personal loans…

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Delhi: Man strangles mother to death with son’s help over property dispute

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Delhi: Man strangles mother to death with son’s help over property dispute

Police have arrested both the father and son for the murder. Aman with the help of his son strangled his mother to death over property dispute in Delhi’s Jyoti Nagar area. Police have arrested both the father and son for the murder. The deceased, 70-year-old Maya Devi lived with her family in Jyoti Nagar. She…

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Amitabh Bachchan to Divide Property Equally Between Son Abhishek and Daughter Shweta

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Amitabh Bachchan to Divide Property Equally Between Son Abhishek and Daughter Shweta

Amitabh Bachchan has revealed that his property will be divided equally between his son Abhishek and daughter Shweta. The Bollywood megastar often expresses love for his daughter on social media, and now, the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao campaign ambassador has said that Abhishek alone will not have full authority to his property. Recently, on being…

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Rate cuts not enough to revive property market growth

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Rate cuts not enough to revive property market growth

Despite RBI slashing repo rate by 110 basis points so far this year, there would be no impact on the housing market: Reuters poll India’s liquidity-starved economy will restrain housing market activity and price rises in coming months and into 2020, according to a Reuters poll of property market experts who were skeptical aggressive interest…

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Breakthrough Conversations: Seven Ways To Spark Business Ideas And Growth

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Breakthrough Conversations: Seven Ways To Spark Business Ideas And Growth

A company is never done growing, especially in the highly competitive Los Angeles business world. No matter how much you’ve achieved thus far, there’s always room for improvement. As a business owner, you might feel like the pressure all falls on you to make these improvements. But while leadership is important for making decisions and charting…

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Explainer : Right Of Hindu Women To Property

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Explainer : Right Of Hindu Women To Property

Historically, and also ironically, women under Hindu Law were not entitled to any share in the immovable or movable property either as a daughter or as a wife, of their ancestors. However, in some capacities women were given the Right to Inherit property,but the same were only a limited right of enjoyment to the Property….

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Opinion | Nature and extent of daughters’ rights to HUF property still unclear

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Opinion | Nature and extent of daughters’ rights to HUF property still unclear

Inheritance laws in India, particularly those governing succession and inheritance among Hindu families, have conventionally been biased towards sons. Under the Hindu law, a property owned is classified as either ancestral or self-acquired. Ancestral property can be defined as the one which is inherited by up to four generations of male lineage and the right…

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Sobha to foray into Hyderabad and Delhi property market

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Sobha to foray into Hyderabad and Delhi property market

Bengaluru: Realty firm Sobha, known for its luxury apartments, is venturing into the Hyderabad and Delhi residential property market. The firm has entered into a joint development agreement with local landlords to build high-end apartment totalling 1.5mn sq ft in both cities. “We have seen good demand for the Rs 50 lakh to Rs 2 crore segment. The JD…

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Filters to apply before exiting an underperforming mutual fund

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Filters to apply before exiting an underperforming mutual fund

Investments in actively managed mutual funds meant for the long term may sometimes warrant a second look and even a change. So when do you exit a mutual fund scheme and replace it with another? If the suitability of the scheme in terms of risk given the investor’s need for growth, stability and liquidity is not an…

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Two years after MCG discovered property tax fraud, police are yet to submit report

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Two years after MCG discovered property tax fraud, police are yet to submit report

MCG officials on Saturday said that the Gurugram police are yet to complete their probe and, as such, no action has been taken in the matter. (HT image) Even two years after it was discovered that two employees of the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) had allegedly changed the property type of 95 commercial properties…

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Why you shouldn’t rush to buy property in J&K

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Why you shouldn’t rush to buy property in J&K

Now that Article 35A, a law that debarred non-residents of Jammu and Kashmir from buying properties in the erstwhile state, has been revoked, people from other states can own immovable property in the newly carved Union territory. However, there’s not much clarity on how the move will pan out for investors. Two days after Article…

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Property tax: Mumbai’s flat owners, not buildings, to be taxed from now

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Property tax: Mumbai’s flat owners, not buildings, to be taxed from now

The city administration has decided to collect property tax from individual flats rather than entire buildings in a move anticipated to both hold the individual flat owner more accountable as well as facilitate the tax payment for Mumbaikars. The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s policy decision has been taken under section 155 of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation…

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