All you need to know about Cancelled cheque and its uses

Amongst the various instruments available in the market, cheques are the most popular ones. They are a traditional method of banking and making money transactions. With the technological advancements and upgrading of the systems, people now days prefer using the…

General, Personal Finance

Banking in India- Types of Banks

Banking is no new term to anyone be it homemakers, salaried people, businessmen, farmers, students or any other profession. Especially the Indian homes are well connected with banks and banking. The banking industry takes care of the finances of a…

General, Investments

Life-Stage Saving and Investing

Saving is one thing that every Indian household embraces as a part of its culture and gets imbibed into our day-to-day routine. Realized or unrealized, each one of us starts saving for that favorite toy or dollhouse or sports watch…


URN and Aadhar Updates

What is URN? URN stands for Update Request Number which is a unique code allotted to you while you apply for changes or updates in your Aadhar details. The URN code is irrespective of the mode of the request which…


Supreme Court decision on EPF

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court changed the rules for the Employee Provident Fund (EPF). The court said that the Employers cannot separate the special allocation while accounting for Provident Fund (PF) contribution. In such a situation, it is very…


Downloading e-Aadhaar and Password

An Aadhar number is a unique code comprising of 12-digits, the system is developed for the targeted delivery of services from the Government of India. A person’s Aadhaar includes personal details, demographics, and biometrics. The Unique Identification Authority of India…

General, Investments

General Elections and the Market

Impact of General Elections on the Market General Elections in India are due to take place between April 11th and May 19th, 2019 to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha. If history is an accurate guide, then this is an appropriate…

General, Investments

Simply Save Feature

What is Simply Save? Simply Save is a great way to save your unused cash. With Simply Save you can make a saving of as little as Rs. 100 and get better returns than other Savings Accounts. Simply Save lets…