Considering that Current Accounts in India give you no interest, why would anyone keep a current account open? Why not just use a Savings Bank Account? ATleast they give you some daily interest on the ...
I would like to start my investment portfolio with Rs 5,000/- every month. I am trying to find a scheme that gives me the flexibility to pull out my money really quickly (family emergency etc) and ...
I was looking at options for where I can put my emergency fund. I came across these questions during my search - #1 and #2 - which are specifically for U.S. and Canada. I want to know what options ...
As per my understanding, Banks in India are to run under the directives of the Reserve Bank of India. How often do they pay dividends on the interest that they offer on Savings bank accounts? Every ...
In Canada, as of the time of writing this question, the: Key interest rate is 1.00% (source) The inflation rate is 1.50% (source) In India, at the time of writing, the: Base interest rate is ...
As per Indian Income Tax rules and regulations, for the Savings Account Interest accrued during the period of April 2012 to March 2013, do I need to pay any tax if it is less than Rs.10000? Or is it ...
My savings account in the U.S. says that it gives me an interest rate of 0.01% and it comes with a lot of restrictions (like limiting the number of transactions per month etc.), and checking account ...
Like the title says, what are the investment options I have if I need to investment monthly from a part of my salary on regular basis. The parameters I am looking for are; Good percentage of ...