Category Archives: Savings

Your Travel Has Got More Expensive. Find Out How

Service tax on travel agents and tour operators has been raised to 60%.But there’s small relief in the form of a service tax waiver on IRCTC bookings.

A ‘Free’ Debit Card Scores Low On Benefits

A basic Debit Card, where your annual fee is waived by banks, often comes with minimal benefits. Using a card with an annual fee (if chosen right) can provide a multitude of benefits.

5 Ways To Rein In Your Credit Card Expenses While Under Cupid’s Spell

Love can do funny things to people. Here are 5 ways to keep your Credit Card expenses in check while under Cupid’s spell.

India To Offer VAT Refunds To Foreign Travellers

If you’re an international traveller in India, fill your bags with goodies because we have news for you. Foreign travellers in India will soon be able to claim tax refunds under the proposed Goods & Services Tax category.

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.

Know Your Capital Gains When You Sell A Property

Most assets in India are subject to capital gains tax and property is no exception. Here’s help on how to calculate capital gains for your property.

JAM: Will The Idea Stick?

JAM, an initiative recommended by the Economic Survey of India, is geared towards improving the quality of life of Indians. Read on to know more about the program and its future.

Demonetisation: The Good, The Bad, And The Downright Hilarious

While demonetisation has polarised opinion across the country, we’ve put together 5 instances that have raised quite a few eyebrows during these strange times.

10 Financial Tips For Soon-to-be Pet Parents!

Have you decided to add a furry baby to your family? Before you rush into welcoming pets to their forever home, read these financial hacks that will save you money.

Time To Go Cashless!

We know that you are still struggling to get cash from your bank branch or the nearest ATM. That’s why we suggest that you go cashless. Here’s how to do it smoothly.