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How will your home loans change from April next year?

Banks at present use an internal benchmark (bank’s own marginal cost for funds) to decide rates.

Axis Bank's new home loan offering can help bring down interest cost: Here's how

According to a press release issued by the bank, instead of EMIs, the borrower will pay reducing monthly instalments.

Not happy with your credit score? Here's how you can improve it

Improving your credit score is a process which needs to be followed step by step and anyone achieve it with this simple checklist.

5 steps to prepare yourself for a bank loan

Correctly determining and defining your needs will ensure that you do not borrow too less of too much and that you have it planned out.

How to track personal loan status

How to track personal loan status

Most banks have developed user-friendly online loan status tracking tools to help you be aware of what is happening to your application.

How to ensure financial safety while using credit card

As long as one protects the information relating to financial transactions, the security that one desires will be taken care of.

Is buying house and paying loan EMIs a good way to enforce saving?

Real estate as an investment will be suitable only when income and cash flows are no longer a constraint in his financial situation.

Pay for surgery via a cheaper P2P loan

Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending platforms say they have seen lenders willing to offer interest rates between 8% and 12% for medical emergencies on their platforms.

Decoded: The actual cost of ‘No-cost EMI’ you pay

With the start of the festival season, many online and offline retailers are offering 'No-cost EMI' or 'Zero Cost EMI' on products like mobile phone

What is the actual cost of 'No-cost EMI' you pay?

What is the actual cost of 'No-cost EMI' you pay?

The RBI in its circular in 2013 says that the concept of zero per cent interest is non-existent.

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