Category Archives: Fixed Deposits

Term deposits offered by banks, post offices, NBFCs, corporate organisations

BankBazaar Launches Paperless Applications For Fixed Deposits

BankBazaar.com, the Personal Finance marketplace backed by Amazon, has launched a paperless application process to open Fixed Deposits. Here’s everything you need to know.

A Sneak Peek Into Tax-Saving Fixed Deposits

Although Fixed Deposits are not eligible for tax sops, those that are held for five years or more qualify for tax deductions under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act. Here’s a sneak peek.

Fixed Deposit Interest Rates For December 2016

Many investors may be wondering how Fixed Deposits will fare, given the recent demonetisation drive by the government. Here’s a handy guide to Fixed Deposit rates for December 2016.

5 Unique Ways To Save Money Using Google Alerts

While Google tells you the best techniques to save money and make it grow considerably, its tool, known as Google Alert can help you save money in the most unexpected ways.

Paving The Way For Paperless Transactions – Adhil Shetty On Demonetisation

Adhil Shetty, CEO BankBazaar, talks about demonetisation and the far-reaching and long-lasting implications for the Indian financial sector.

Falling Interest Rates Affecting Your Fixed Deposits?

April, this year, saw a cut in the repo rate by 25 bps. While this is good news for Home and Auto Loan borrowers, it has an adverse effect on those looking for safe investment options. Here’s how to earn higher long-term returns without losing liquidity.

7 Deadly Sins Of Financial Management

There are six things the Lord of Personal Finance hates, seven that are detestable: procrastination, greed, impulsiveness, disorganisation, gullibility, cowardice, imprudence. If you’re a sinner, here’s how to seek redemption.

How To Use a Fixed Deposit Calculator

If you’ve always been stumped by the interest calculations on your Fixed Deposits, here’s your guide to understanding how the interest is calculated. We’ll also show you how to use a Fixed Deposit calculator. Start counting your pennies, why don’t you?