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    Wealth management during coronavirus

    Zero cost EMI vs Buy now, pay later: What is the actual interest cost you pay in both the schemes?

    While buying a product on EMI takes away the burden of paying the cost upfront, one should remember that there is always a cost that one has to bear in these schemes. In this story, we will take a closer look at both these schemes and the hidden charges that come along with them.

    Govt offers staff Rs 10,000 festival advance to spend up to March 31, 2021

    As per the government, the two proposals are designed in a way that they can stimulate demand in a fiscally prudent way by advancing/front-loading some of the expenditures with some offsetting charges later.​​

    Know how contactless payments are driving 'contactless connections' in the new normal

    SBI Card’s latest Campaign ‘Contactless Connections’ urges us to continue spreading #ContactlessKhushiyan to our dear ones.

    Spend cautiously to sail through the coronavirus pandemic

    You must churn your portfolio to move towards assets that provide liquidity/cash flow (deposits, bonds, equity) in the short term and refrain from piling up gold.

    Planning a holiday in next few months? Avail these discounts on flights, hotels, travel packages now

    Planning a holiday in next few months? Avail these discounts on flights, hotels, travel packages now

    Here are some deals by top travel firms, websites and aggregators for holidaying in the next few months. Book your holiday before it’s too late, say

    How to buy forex for foreign travel

    Before travelling to a foreign country, one can buy foreign currency from the dealers (including banks) authorised by the Reserve Bank of India. The amount of foreign currency that can be bought varies for different purposes as per RBI guidelines.

    Smartphone prices may rise ahead of festive season as component rates hiked

    For leading smartphone brands including China’s Xiaomi, Vivo, Oppo, Realme and OnePlus who are pre-building inventory for the festive season, the component price hike could mean a cumulative cost escalation of close to Rs 15,000 crore, with their sales for second half of 2020 estimated at 50 million units, according to industry estimates.

    Tata Motors introduces subscription model for Nexon EV, starting at Rs 41,900 per month

    Customers can select the tenure of their subscription from a minimum period of 18 months, 24 and 36 months, it added. For 18 month tenure, a customer will have to pay Rs 47,900 monthly subscription fee, for 24 months Rs 44,900 and for 36 months Rs 41,900 per month.

    Airlines selling tickets for ghost flights: Passengers

    Flight cancellations due to new restrictions by a state, like one recently by West Bengal government, are understandable. But in the past few weeks, passengers like Shetty and Sutaria found they were sold tickets for flights not scheduled at all or were likely to be cancelled later due to low demand.

    Hotels launch special packages, tailored amenities for working professionals

    Hotels launch special packages, tailored amenities for working professionals

    “People are fatigued after working within the four walls of their homes. We are getting queries from Hyderabad and Chennai but are only allowing pro

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