A few years back, if somebody told you that you could wear your bank on your wrist, you probably would have laughed it off as a joke. However, today, you wouldn’t do the same. Every minute, every second, technology is making banking effortless. Customers have a plethora of options to choose from when it comes to how they want to bank. And . . .
Nobody wants to fill up a boring vanilla form anymore. Instead, insert a few interactive screens. Give the users something they can actually engage with and something that would excite them. Let them have a little fun, and eventually you will easily get the information you are looking for.
The idea of injecting some fun and excitement to the . . .
We live in an era where self-made billionaire entrepreneurs have become role models for an entire generation of youngsters. The stories of Steve Jobs’ and Mark Zuckerberg’s ingenuity, verve and passion have become legendary, and have given birth to legions of bootstrapping entrepreneurs with stars in their eyes.
But there is one thing that . . .
We all dream of getting that call one day – the one that tells us that we’re going to receive a potentially life-changing amount of money. The heart-thumping feeling associated with a windfall such as a lottery, an inheritance, a large profit on a sale, etc. may last for a few hours. However, once the initial euphoria subsides, it is . . .
40 is the new 60, and that’s an absolutely great thing. Don’t believe us? Well, what if we told you that you could actually retire at the age of 40 instead of 60 and all your dream retirement activities like pursuing your passions, living by a beach, moving to a foreign country, reading books, etc. can be advanced by about 20 years?
Now . . .
The Budget has tried to address most of the pending issues in the economy and has taken a bold step in the fiscal consolidation roadmap. Although we think that the shift in consolidation path was warranted given our investment needs, however, we will closely watch for any slippages, which are unproductive in nature as they might easily become . . .
For most traditional Indians equity and debt investments are way too tricky. Gold as an investment often appeals to many but the proportion of such investors to those that hold real estate as the big ‘solid’ way to invest is still small. Have surplus currency to park somewhere? Here’s what you must know about surfacing realty hotspots:
Dwarka . . .