- Finance and MarketsThings that will get costlier from April 1 - New Financial Year
New financial year is all set to begin from April 1, this year it will also change the dimensions of economic pressure on your daily lives. Here are things that will get costlier from tomorrow.Finance and MarketsWhy and how to fit gold in your investment plan
Gold is undoubtedly one of the most popular investment avenues in our country. And rightly so, the yellow metal is highly liquid, does not depreciate in value with time, can be held in physical as well as dematerialized form and, most importantly, hedges your portfolio against market turmoil. Despite emanating such great qualities, gold is not considered worthy of investment.Finance and MarketsSBI Yono App Features: How to withdraw money without using ATM card
The State Bank of India has launched its smart app, YONO Cash with which customers can withdraw money from ATMs without using a card. SBI customers can now generate a one-time pin (OTP) on their mobile application and use the pin to transact from the bank’s ATM.Finance and MarketsConsumer inflation rises to 2.57% in February: Government
The consumer inflation stands at provisional 2.57% in the month of February as mentioned by the latest data released by the government. Consumer inflation in January was revised downwards to 1.97 per cent from 2.05 per cent, according to the official statement.Finance and MarketsState Bank of India (SBI) National Pension System: All you need to know
India's largest public sector bank, the State Bank of India (SBI) is offering National Pension System (NPS) for providing social security to all citizens of country. NPS is a government scheme offered as a part of the pension sector reforms. It is regulated by the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA). Interested people between the age group from 18 years to 65 years can avail the benefits of NPS. But, before opening an NPS account it is necessary to know these important things.Finance and MarketsPM Modi launches new coin series including Rs 20 coin: All you need to know
The government of India has released new Re 1, Rs 2, Rs 5, Rs 10 with fresh design and keep into account the visually impaired citizens. Also, govt. has also issued a new Rs 20 coin which is completely new in the market. New coins series have been designed by the National Institute of Design with several differentiating features to make it easier for visually-impaired individuals to identify them.Finance and MarketsAnydesk application may steal your money, warns RBI
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has issued a warning to the smartphone users against fraud online applications being used to steal money. The download links that appear in mobile phones including device control apps like AnyDesk convinces people to download them on their mobile. Such applications give access to fraudsters in remotely using your mobile device for carrying out fraudulent transactions.Finance and MarketsKerala Lottery Results: Win Win Lottery W-502 winners list to be announced soon
Kerala Win Win Lottery W 502 Results Today: Kerala Win Win Lottery W 502 Results will be announced on Monday (04 March 2019) by the Kerala state lottery department. The first prize winner will be getting a whopping amount of Rs 65 lakhs, second and third prize winners will be getting Rs 10 lakh and Rs 1 lakh respectively. A consolation prize of Rs 8000 has also been kept.Finance and MarketsHDFC Bank Credit Card new charges effective from April 1, 2019: Check details
HDFC Bank Credit Card Late Payment Fees have been revised from April 1, 2019. The new charges will not be applicable on Infinia card holders.Finance and MarketsSupreme Court on PF calculation: Will it affect your take-home salary?
A recent verdict by Supreme Court on PF funding may have huge impact on your PF saving and even the total take-home pay you get. At present, as per the salary structure, the employees are supposed to contribute the compulsory 12 per cent of their Basic Salary or Wagetowards their PF.