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  • Citibank Credit Cards Migration to Axis Bank Credit Cards
    After the ownership transfer of Citi Bank to Axis Bank, the latter has come up with seven new card variants that will replace nine Citibank credit cards effective July 2024. While the base-focused category remains the same, there are some alterations and improvisations that can strongly impact the savings potential of cardholders.The post Citibank Credit Cards Migration to Axis Bank Credit Cards appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 9 days ago 15 Jul 24, 6:46pm -
  • Best Credit Cards for Utility Bill Payments in 2024
    The post Best Credit Cards for Utility Bill Payments in 2024 appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 17 days ago 8 Jul 24, 10:56am -
  • Sukanya Samriddhi Account VS Public Provident Fund
    The post Sukanya Samriddhi Account VS Public Provident Fund appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 24 days ago 1 Jul 24, 10:24am -
  • How to Download and Print ePAN Card Online
    The post How to Download and Print ePAN Card Online appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 34 days ago 21 Jun 24, 3:05pm -
  • Which is the best fuel credit card ?
    Despite being a considerable part of monthly expenditure, fuel transactions are usually kept as an exclusion from credit card reward programs. However, some credit cards are co-branded with leading fuel brands like Indian Oil, HPCL and BPCL, designed to help users save on their day-to-day fuel spends. Unlike most cards that offer minimal fuel benefit as surcharge waiver, these cards offer inclined benefits on fuel, via accelerated rewards.The post Which is the best fuel credit card ? appeared f…
    - 45 days ago 10 Jun 24, 1:02pm -
  • Mistakes that Can Lower your Credit Score
    The post Mistakes that Can Lower your Credit Score appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 45 days ago 10 Jun 24, 12:14pm -
  • Best Credit Cards for Airport Lounge Access in India 2024
    Read about the best airport lounge access credit cards in India. We have shortlisted cards that give complimentary visits to international and domestic lounges, along with a list of low annual fee cards offering only domestic lounge access.The post Best Credit Cards for Airport Lounge Access in India 2024 appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 48 days ago 7 Jun 24, 3:52pm -
  • Best Shopping Credit Cards in India for 2024
    Choosing the right shopping credit card can make a significant difference when it comes to getting the most out of your shopping. From cashback on purchases to exclusive discounts and additional perks, these credit cards cater to the diverse needs of consumers. Shopping credit cards offer numerous deals, discounts, cashback, and reward points to users every time they shop at stores or online. To help you find the best offline shopping credit card, we have listed the top 5 shopping credit cards i…
    - 51 days ago 4 Jun 24, 12:56pm -
  • Which Vistara credit card should you choose?
    Vistara was among the first airlines in India to enter the co-branded credit cards market. Currently, the airline offers 7 co-branded credit card variants with 4 of India’s leading credit card issuers- Axis Bank, SBI Card, IDFC FIRST Bank and IndusInd Bank. Cardholders can earn CV Points on all their spends and use them to avail award flights or class upgrade with Vistara.The post Which Vistara credit card should you choose? appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Pai…
    - 55 days ago 31 May 24, 12:52pm -
  • How to Download & Print Masked Aadhaar Card
    The post How to Download & Print Masked Aadhaar Card appeared first on Compare & Apply Loans & Credit Cards in India- Paisabazaar.com.
    - 56 days ago 30 May 24, 4:13pm -

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Get Rich Slowly

  • A values-driven life
    Hello, friends. Just a quick note to let you all know that my life, at last, seems to be settling. A full two months after the death of my mother, the fog has lifted and I find that I'm motivated to pursue productive pursuits once more.I spent much of the past several weeks doing some serious soul-searching. It's clear to me (and to Kim) that above all else, I need to make 2023 the year of me.2023 — The Year of MeMore than a decade ago, I got into the habit of theming my years and months. I…
    - 3 Dec 22, 4:35am -
  • A man of no ambition
    A memory came to me this morning while I was walking the dog, a memory of those days when I was fresh out of college and just beginning to work for my father at the box factory.A salesman had come knocking on our door. This was strange since the box factory was (and still is) located in a rural area. But somehow this guy had found us and he was there to make his pitch: He was a salesman who trained salesmen. (And, presumably, saleswomen although this wasn't part of the spiel in 1992.)Dad, amus…
    - 2 Nov 22, 11:53pm -
  • Why I bought a NEW car
    I am 53 years old. Never in my life have I allowed myself to buy a car I truly love...until now. This is the story of how I allowed myself to make a huge purchase just for the joy of it. And it wasn't even a purchase I'd intended to make. Let me explain.During the peak of the pandemic (early July 2020), I paid $35,990 for a used 2019 Mini Countryman SE All4. The Countryman — which I call a "Maxi Cooper" — isn't a bad car, but I regretted buying it almost immediately. I'd intended to replace…
    - 26 Sep 22, 5:30pm -
  • How self-centered shopping has made me happier with the things I buy
    I've changed the way I shop over the past few years. And although the shift has been subtle, I've found that I'm much happier with the things I buy.In the past, my approach to shopping was simple. If I wanted a new thneed, I would go to a store (or, with the advent of the internet, a website) and choose from the available thneeds. I'd look at the store's selection (or the website's selection) and pick the one best suited for me.If the thneed I wanted was particularly expensive or important, I…
    - 22 Sep 22, 11:52pm -
  • Who coined the term FI/RE (financially-independent, retired early)?
    It's always fun to unearth some esoteric piece of personal finance history. I know there are only a few nerds out there who care (hello, Grant Sabatier!), but those of us who care really care.Two years ago, I published an article exploring the history of financial independence in which I noted that the earliest reference I can find to the notion of financial independence comes from an 1872 book called Money and How to Make It by H. L. Reade. And it wasn't until the 1950s that the concept of ear…
    - 21 Sep 22, 4:08am -
  • Designing my life, part one: Building a compass
    Last week, I raved about the book Designing Your Life by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans. These two Stanford design professors have taken design principles and applied them to helping people figure out what they want to be when they grow up.After advocating Designing Your Life to several friends, two of them suggested that we work through the book's exercises together. One of those friends is Kim, my long-term girlfriend. The other is Craig, a college classmate. I thought it might be fun to share s…
    - 2 Sep 22, 12:19am -
  • Designing your life
    I am obsessed with the film Everything Everywhere All at Once. From the moment I saw the trailer, I knew the movie was meant for me. I was right. The film's bizarre blend of action, philosophy, science fiction, taxes, and juvenile humor feels specifically targeted to me and my brain.For those unfamiliar, here's a quick plot synopsis.Evelyn and Waymond Wang own a laundromat. Their business is failing, their marriage is fracturing, and so is their relationship with Joy, their daughter. During a…
    - 22 Aug 22, 3:00am -
  • Life is not a game
    This article was written by Michael Laurence. Previously at Get Rich Slowly, Michael has shared his thoughts on investment risk and what happens when more money makes you miserable.You hear the phrase "the game of life" all the time.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-o8Spa4isQ
    - 15 Aug 22, 5:30pm -
  • Learning to dance: How couples can have constructive conversations about money
    Today, the Get Rich Slowly summer of books concludes with an excerpt from Cashing Out: Win the Wealth Game by Walking Away from Julien and Kiersten Saunders. Julien and Kiersten are the power couple behind the rich & Regular blog and YouTube channel.The following excerpt from Cashing Out (published by Portfolio/Penguin) is used with permission. Copyright © 2022 by Rich & Regular LLC. This passage has been edited to be more readable on the web.Dr. Sue Johnson is a clinical psychologist who spe…
    - 9 Aug 22, 5:30pm -
  • The power of non-monetary investments
    The Get Rich Slowly summer of books continues! Today's excerpt comes from Jordan Grumet, better known in the FIRE world as Doc G, host of the Earn & Invest Podcast. When he's not talking about money, Jordan is a real-life hospice doc. His new book, Taking Stock, offers lessons from the dying to the living.The following is from Taking Stock by Jordan Grumet with permission from Ulysses Press. Copyright © 2022 by Jordan Grumet. This passage has been edited to be more readable on the web.I used…
    - 2 Aug 22, 5:30pm -

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