Tag Archives: how

Here’s How Double Income Nuclear Families Should Raise the Kids

There is an old Japanese proverb, “It takes two to make a child, but it takes a village to raise one.” However, in a modern nuclear family setup, the village has just two inhabitants. It is difficult for parents to raise the children when both are working. Furthermore, lack of time and interaction opportunities withkidsadd to the challenges. So how do double incomenuclear ... Read More »

Rupee dives, market cautious! How a hike in US Fed rates today can impact India

The Federal Reserve’s policy meeting is scheduled today, in which the United States’ central bank is expected to increase interest rates by 25 basis points The Federal Reserve’s policy meeting is scheduled today, in which the United States’ central bank is expected to increase interest rates by 25 basis points. Ahead of the meeting yesterday, anticipating higher rates, not only ... Read More »

How to Improve Inventory Tracking: 5 Solutions for Small Businesses

Being mobile is an absolute essential for small business entrepreneurs who need the flexibility to run their businesses from just about anywhere. This flexibility can come easily if your business deals with virtual services, like consulting. But if your company provides a physical sales product, you can’t escape the need to track inventory. Enterprise-level inventory tracking systems are not only expensive, ... Read More »

Seeing How Specialized Machinery Works before Purchasing

When your business specializes in blending colors and materials together for finished products, you may need to keep the machinery in your factory updated and new. You cannot afford to risk your reputation and profits on machines that are outdated and slow. You also do not want to compromise the finished results on substandard machines. When it is time to ... Read More »

How Technology Pushes Societies Forward

Society is constantly being pushed forward by technology. Technology is shaping society in ways that were unthought of just a few decades ago. Advances in means of communication allow more people to share a larger amount of information in a shorter amount of time. This means that the advantage that people make are incremental in nature. The level of advancement ... Read More »

How to exit your investments

It is not enough to just plan and save for your goals. You may do everything right on that score but still find yourself short if the money is not readily available to use when the goals have to be funded. Here are some moves to make at the end stage of the game—when you are near your goals—so that ... Read More »

‘We knew about the need to invest but did not know how much risk to take’

Bhavani and Kumar were aiming for financial independence. But they didn’t know at what amount that will be, and when. Also, they had not considered the risks that could derail their plans. “I was always interested in finance. I knew about investments, but not risks. Also, we didn’t know how much risk we could take, how much had to be ... Read More »

We may see darker periods in market; it depends on how global story plays out: Udayan

In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Udayan Mukherjee shared his views and outlook on the market. I think the market is trying to consolidate right now. We have had a fairly significant fall, the biggest of the last 12-14 months on the way down from 11,200 to about 10,300 levels, he said. We could try and work within a range of ... Read More »

How Fintech is Bridging the Big Bank Gap

Big banks have always been averse to risk.  They also tend to view small and medium-sized businesses as high-risk, choosing to restrict investment, in terms of both lending and services, for the SMB market. A 2015 credit survey by the Federal Reserve found that smaller institutions were 18 percent more likely to approve a small business loan than big banks, while SMBs ... Read More »

How misadventures of Bank of Baroda dragged it into South Africa’s political crisis

The Bank of Baroda headquarters is pictured in Mumbai.(Reuters File) In June 2017, an anodyne footnote to the Bank of Baroda’s (BoB) quarterly results mentioned a fine levied by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), headquartered in Pretoria. The sum — Rs 5.45 crore — was insignificant for an institution the size of BoB. No further details were given; the ... Read More »