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  • Unsecured Loan: Is it a viable option for Small Business?
    Thriving small businesses and start-ups can be initiated at times of economic uncertainty, as well. To start your business under your own name requires lot of research, skills, passion, confidence, fearlessness, as well as money of course. As small businesses or micro units do not require much capital to be invested at the initial stages....The post Unsecured Loan: Is it a viable option for Small Business? appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 15 Apr 20, 7:48pm -
  • Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP)
    Table of Contents : What is Systematic Withdrawal Plan? How does a Systematic Withdrawal Plan work? Benefits of SWP List of Top Performing Mutual Funds for FY 2020 A systematic withdrawal plan (SWP) is a facility which allows you to withdraw a fixed amount from your mutual fund at regular periodic intervals. The periodic intervals...The post Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP) appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 14 Apr 20, 7:04pm -
  • Side Pocket: Meaning, Example & Benefits
    The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has approved the proposal to create a ‘side pocket’ for mutual funds. This feature will be exclusive to debt mutual funds. Let us look at what the new feature is and how it will work. What is a Side Pocket? A ‘side pocket’ allows fund managers to...The post Side Pocket: Meaning, Example & Benefits appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 14 Apr 20, 6:49pm -
  • Know All About Association of Mutual Funds in India – AMFI
    Table of Content: Role of AMFI in a Mutual Fund What are the Rights of AMFI AMFI Registration Number Why Should Investors Know About ARN How to Register or Renew the New ARN Online Mode Offline Mode Objectives of AMFI Members of AMFI   Association of Mutual Funds (AMFI) is a government-led organization in India...The post Know All About Association of Mutual Funds in India – AMFI appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 14 Apr 20, 12:58pm -
  • ICICI Rubyx Credit Card Review
    ICICI Rubyx Credit Card is India’s first dual platinum credit card providing exclusive benefits to you across all categories including lifestyle, dining, golf, travel, movie and a lot more. Basically you get 2 credit cards with one account- Mastercard variant and American Express variant. The card also offers PAYBACK points, giving you great discounts on retail purchases. ICICI Rubyx has a wide range of benefits that specifically targets the big spenders. Here’s our review that will help you…
    - 14 Apr 20, 12:11pm -
  • Best Mutual Funds to Invest for Long Term
    हिंदी में पढ़ेThe post Best Mutual Funds to Invest for Long Term appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 13 Apr 20, 3:12pm -
  • Dynamic Bond Funds
    Table of Contents : What is Dynamic Bond Fund? Why should Invest in dynamic bonds? How It Might Be Risky? Difference Between Gilt & Dynamic Bond Funds Best 5 Dynamic Bond Funds FAQs List of Top Performing Mutual Funds for FY 2019-20: Just as the name suggests, Dynamic Bond Funds are dynamic in nature, with...The post Dynamic Bond Funds appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 13 Apr 20, 2:53pm -
  • Extension of PPF Account Tenure: How and When
    Widely used as one of its kind investment instruments for tax saving and long-term growth in terms of returns generated, Public Provident Fund has become a popular choice amongst the salaried individuals. PPF scheme is a long-term investment option offering returns on the invested amount. All you should know about PPF Account A PPF account...The post Extension of PPF Account Tenure: How and When appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 13 Apr 20, 1:28pm -
  • Mutual Fund Analysis
    When it comes to investing your money, mutual funds is the most attractive option. However, since you put in your money to earn more, there are higher chances that you would be welcoming higher risk for yourself. To avoid much harm caused by fluctuations in the market, it is suggested that you analyse all the...The post Mutual Fund Analysis appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 13 Apr 20, 11:56am -
  • Best Mid Cap Mutual Funds
    हिंदी में पढ़ें Mid cap funds are mutual funds that invest majorly in companies of medium-sized capitalization. These companies rank between 100 and 250 of the SEBI’s list of classification. Table of Contents : What are Mid cap Funds? Top 5 Mid cap Funds to Invest in 2020 Advantages How to Invest in Mid Cap...The post Best Mid Cap Mutual Funds appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 13 Apr 20, 12:00am -

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Get Rich Slowly

  • How to prepare for a natural disaster
    My world is on fire.As you may have heard, much of Oregon is burning right now. Thanks to a "once in a lifetime" combination of weather and climate variables -- a long, dry summer leading to high temps and low humidity, then a freak windstorm from the east -- much of the state turned to tinder earlier this week. And then the tinder ignited.At this very moment, our neighborhood is cloaked in smoke.
    - 21 days ago 11 Sep 20, 12:35am -
  • Accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative
    When Kim and I go to bed each night, we spend time casually browsing Reddit on our iPads. It's fun. Mostly.She and I enjoy sharing funny animal videos with each other (from subreddits like /r/animalsbeinggenisuses, /r/happycowgifs, and /r/petthedamndog). Kim dives deep into /r/mapporn and /r/documentaries. I read about comics and computer games and financial independence.But here's the thing. After browsing Reddit for thirty minutes or an hour, I'm left feeling unsatisfied. In fact, I'm often…
    - 35 days ago 27 Aug 20, 8:48pm -
  • We didn’t start the FIRE: The true history of financial independence
    I used to be a collector. I collected trading cards. I collected comic books. I collected pins and stickers and mementos of all sorts. I had boxes of things I'd collected but which essentially served no purpose.I can't say I've shaken the urge to collect entirely, but I have a much better handle on it than I used to. A few years ago, I sold my comic collection and stopped obsessing over them. Today, I collect three things: patches from the countries I visit, pins from national parks, and -- esp…
    - 44 days ago 19 Aug 20, 2:42am -
  • Introducing “Morning Musings”
    Update! I've had a couple of people email to ask if I plan to host these videos here on the blog. The short answer is "no". The long answer is "maybe eventually". But I realized that I could make it easy on folks by embedding the Morning Musings playlist at the top of this article. So, here it is. In theory, this should get updated whenever I post a new video. This is an embedded playlist, and the most recent video should appear at the top. (In theory.)For years now, I've wanted to start a Get…
    - 51 days ago 12 Aug 20, 12:42am -
  • Action creates motivation
    Human beings are interesting creatures. I'm fascinated by them. That's probably the reason I was a psychology major in college. It's certainly the reason that I believe (strongly) that everybody is talented, original, and has something important to say. (That bit of philosophy is something I picked up from Brenda Ueland's marvelous book, If You Want to Write.)People are awesome — even if we're each flawed in our own way.One thing I've noticed over the past few years is the dichotomy between…
    - 58 days ago 4 Aug 20, 10:50pm -
  • I am the one thing in life I can control
    Three weeks ago, I drove from Portland to Colorado Springs to participate in Camp FI, a weekend retreat for people interested in financial independence and early retirement.Under normal circumstances, I wouldn't drive this distance. It's a 1300-mile trip that takes at least twenty hours to cover. Or, if you're me, it's a 1400-mile trip that takes 23 hours of driving spread over two days.But, in case you haven't noticed, we're in the middle of a global pandemic, and although I'm not nearly as c…
    - 64 days ago 29 Jul 20, 9:08pm -
  • How to talk with your parents about their finances
    Talking to your parents about their finances probably seems like one of the most awkward you conversations you could ever have. I'll bet it ranks right up there with the sex talk your parents gave you when you were a kid — or that you’ve had with your own children.I grew up in the South, where we don’t talk about money or sex. So when I asked my mom where babies came from, she told me a man and woman "make love". That’s it. That was the extent of the conversation.I have three kids, so…
    - 23 Jun 20, 8:00pm -
  • Great lessons from great men
    Because I write a personal finance blog, I read a lot of books about money. I'll be honest: they're usually pretty boring. Sure, they can tell you how to invest in bonds or how to find the latest loophole in the tax code. But most of them lack a certain something: the human element.Over the years, I've found that it's fun to read a different kind of money book in my spare time. I've discovered the joy of classic biographies and success manuals, especially those written by (or about) wealthy and…
    - 21 Jun 20, 5:30pm -
  • What is a robo-advisor? An introduction to automated investment tools
    One of the joys of writing a money blog like Get Rich Slowly is the continuing self-education. I'm always reading and learning about personal finance. A lot of the times -- as in the past month -- this education is about esoteric topics. I'm currently diving deep into the history of personal finance, a subject that's interesting to me but admittedly not of much practical use in the modern world. (Today in the mail, I got a book about advertising and the use of credit during the 1920s. How's that…
    - 11 Jun 20, 3:44am -
  • “Saving rate” vs. “savings rate” — What’s the difference?
    Those who know me well will tell you that I'm something of a pedant. I'm not proud of it.Left to my own devices, I'm one of those who'd go around correcting everybody's grammar. It grates on my nerves when people mangle their usage of "me" and "I", for instance. (It's never okay to say, "She gave that to my wife and I." And you can't make "I" possessive: "My wife and I's house is big." Blarg!)That said, I've learned to let things go in my old age.
    - 9 Jun 20, 12:30am -

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