Author Archives: Nishant Lama

Nishant Lama

About Nishant Lama

Learned to sing before he could talk. Trusts animals more than humans. Loves reading, bikes and beer. Finds joy in the colours of monochrome photography. Never touch his hair. Just never.

Where To Get That Insurance Policy – Online Or Offline?

Whenever you want to buy an insurance plan, the first thing that comes to your mind is whether you should contact an insurance agent or buy it online, huh? We’ve done the homework so that you can make an informed decision. 

Should I Get A Credit Card Or A Personal Loan?

 The most popular option during any financial emergency would be either a Credit Card or a Personal Loan. Depending on the nature of your emergency, you can choose either. We’ll help you pick.

Mobile Banking – How To Do It Right

Gone are the days when we had to visit banks to manage our funds. Smartphones have solved this problem by allowing us to manage our funds while sitting at home or the office. However, you need to be careful. Let us help!

Recovering Credit Card Addict | What Not To Do

Smart people learn from other people’s mistakes. The not-so-smart people like to fight their own wars. Which one are you? A recovering Credit Card addict recounts his horror with plastic money.

What We Can Learn About Money Management From Women

Are men and women completely opposite in nature when it comes to finances? While that may be a bit of a stretch, there are some things we can all learn from the ladies.

The Future Of Smartphones: The Samsung Galaxy Fold Is Here!

Samsung just blew everybody’s minds by announcing the launch of the Galaxy Fold. It’s unique, loaded with features and stands to revolutionise smartphones as we know it. Oh, and the price? Read more here!

10 Years Of BankBazaar – Major Milestones

It’s been quite a ride here at BankBazaar. As we complete 10 years, we’ll take you through a typically quirky trip down memory lane and highlight the major milestones we’ve achieved along the way.

5 Uncommon Tax Deductions That Will Help You Save Big

We’re already in the second quarter of the financial year and you should ideally be done with tax planning for the year. Here’s how you can save a little more besides the usual 80C.