The fact is that I have sold some important stocks around this level for intraday and couldn’t get them back!
I want to buy medical insurance for me and my family. Confused about which company to prefer and the amont of insurance needed.
closed my account only to find out i owed the bank some money after the fact, not realizing it..if my dad told me that i could go to his bank and say that my dad has an account there, and i wanted to open one..would my past balance owed at another bank from a long time ago reflect if i can open another account @ my dads particular bank?
In fact I am looking for regular investment in such a scheme which has maturity period above 15 year.(Not LIC,PPF,ULIP).It can also be a fixed deposit scheme, but over 15 years & above.
This fact is quite obvious from the equations used in solution chemistry,but its not really obvious just from the sound of it-does it have a chemical explanation?
I am working in BPO as a free-lancer in India. Recently I heard about Indian Post Office MIP being a good option for monthly income. In fact, would like to know if any other such equally safe option is available to me too.
My question is if I can ask my father who is a retired govt service man to invest around 3 lacs in my name so as to the interestes accrued can be used by me. But of course, would not like it if it gives me any extra tax burden. As of now, I have around 2 lacs/annum of income against which I invest in LIC/PPF to the extent of 60000.
i had made a online payment from my HDFC bank credit card for indiatimes shopping. amount has been credited to my credit card but merchant is denying that having received that money, in fact my order also has been cancelled.
but bank is not providing me enough proof with that i can prove to merchant that payment has been credited to his account.
what i can do in this regard. Anoone has answer for it?
no you cannot
the emi is calculated on basis of fact that it would take 10 years, 15 or 20 years
so if you have anything extra amount, why waste in paying higher emi
go and do pre-payment of your outstanding principle anytime
that would automatically decrease your future emi as well
I want to get a mediclaim policy for me (age 34yrs, Indian) and my wife but I do not know how to choose a particular insurance policy. What are the factors one should look for before deciding? In fact it seems that many companies offer more or less the same benefits. Should I go for public or private sector company? Are family floater plans useful for tax saving purpose as well?