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outlookindia.com

The pitfalls of using cryptocurrencies weigh over the benefits.

Though the number of globally cryptocurrency users is steadily growing, many countries are taking a tough stance on them. The number of global crypto users reached 106 million in January 2021, according to Crypto.com, a crypto research firm. At the same time, countries including China, Russia and Bangladesh, have banned cryptocurrencies. Though the Indian…READ MORE

Dec 14th, 2021

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Common UPI Frauds and How to Avoid Them.

Transactions through the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) in India have increased 70 times in the last four years, says a recent report by the State Bank of India (SBI). However, as online transactions grow, the risk of frauds has also gone up manifold. What is UPI? UPI is a payment method under which users can link more than one bank account with a single mobile app…READ MORE

Nov 22nd, 2021

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Bank of Baroda To E-Auction Properties Today. Should You Buy?

The Bank of Baroda (BoB) and the State Bank of India (SBI) will be hosting e-auction of properties on October 22 and 25, respectively. Both the banks have tweeted about their online auctioning events.
Banks put mortgaged properties on auction when the borrower defaults. To compensate for the loss, the banks put such properties on auction through the Indian Banks… READ MORE

Oct 21st, 2021

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economictimes.indiatimes.com

Defaulted on a home or car loan repayment? Here are 4 loan defaulter rights you should know.

In case of default on repayment of a secured loan like a home or car loan, the biggest worry of a borrower is that they would have to part with the financed asset like the house, car etc. However, borrowers should know that even upon default, they have certain basic rights which cannot be overlooked by the lender. Here is a look at 4 important rights that defaulting borrowers have… READ MORE

Sep 21st, 2021

livemint

livemint.com

Incapacitation is Distressing but Planning can Help.

One situation that requires planning for and preparation to overcome, but is generally ignored, is that of an elderly member of one’s family becoming physically or mentally incapacitated to take any financial decisions legally or otherwise. “According to Indian law, any person who is not of sound mind cannot take substantial decisions such as entering into contracts… READ MORE

Sep 11th, 2021

The Financial Express

financialexpress.com

Covid-19 claim rejected? Here’s how to lodge complaint with insurer, Ombudsman and consumer court.

Coronavirus is not out of the woods yet and the threat of the third wave is doing the rounds. While maintaining all Covid-19 protocols is the need of the hour, one also needs to ensure there is adequate health insurance coverage to fall back upon in times of hospitalization. But, of late, there have been apprehensions about the Covid-19 related insurance claims not being…READ MORE

Sep 2nd, 2021

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economictimes.indiatimes.com

Can the bank take your assets if you have defaulted on a personal loan?

What happens to the borrower if he/she defaults on a personal loan? In case of a secured loan like a home or car loan, the lender can take over the asset that is used as collateral to secure the loan. However, in the case of an unsecured loan like a personal loan, what is the legal recourse that a lender will take to recover dues from the borrower?
An unsecured loan does… READ MORE

Aug 29th, 2021

moneycontrol.com

5 steps to take on documentation after you buy a house.

Buying a house is a tedious and time-consuming exercise. However, even after buying a house, there are a few important tasks that you must complete immediately. These tasks differ based on whether you bought a property in the primary (from a developer) or resale market. Other considerations are whether it’s an independent house or part of a housing society… READ MORE

July 29th, 2021

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economictimes.indiatimes.com

Real estate players in Uttar Pradesh lobby for new policy to resolve insolvencies quicker.

Real estate developers and industry bodies have urged the Uttar Pradesh government to come up with a pragmatic policy for the industrial development authorities of the state, especially Noida and Greater Noida, so that they can take quick decisions with respect to the projects undergoing the insolvency process.
Resolutions of multiple projects are on hold as the authorities want… READ MORE

July 14th, 2021

moneycontrol.com

Have a problem with your real estate builder? Here’s how RERA can help.

Some life insurers, including LIC, have recently launched non-participating, non-linked endowment policies. Unlike participating policies, which announce annual bonuses, these plans offer assured returns. They come with policy tenures of 10-20 years and offer either a fixed lump-sum amount at the end of the tenure or pre-decided pay-outs at regular intervals… READ MORE

July 12th, 2021

livemint

livemint.com

Focus on Financial Aspects not Animus during Divorce.

Not all divorces end amicably, as it’s happening in the case of Bill and Melinda Gates. Some can turn bitter, really bitter. Bharat Chugh, a Supreme Court advocate and a former judge, saw it first-hand when a man approached him for divorce after things got out of hand. “Besides the divorce, the couple also filed multiple other cases against each other. There was one related… READ MORE

Jun 28th, 2021

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