Do you want to make your financial life secure?

Spend less than you earn.
Be prepared for emergencies.
Pay yourself first.
Make your money work for you.
Invest early, regularly and for the long term.(With a horizon of at least 15 years)
Keep an eye on your post tax / post inflation returns.

Bank Name Interest Rates
Effective From

Andhra Bank August 8th, 2014
Bank of Baroda November 1st 2014
Bank of India Febuary 20th, 2014
Bank of Maharashtra September 22nd, 2014
Canara Bank October 1st, 2014
Central Bank of India 3rd April, 2013
Central Bank of India 2nd April, 2013
Corporation Bank November 1st 2014
Dena Bank November 1st 2014
Indian Overseas Bank September 29th, 2014
Punjab and Sind Bank September 23rd, 2014
Punjab National Bank October 10th, 2014
Syndicate Bank October 10th, 2014
Union Bank of India November 11th , 2013
United Bank of India May 1st, 2014
Vijaya Bank September 6th, 2014
State Bank of Hyderabad November 1st 2014
State Bank of India October 7th, 2014
State Bank of Travancore April 1st, 2014
Deutsche Bank July 10th, 2014
Barclays Bank August 1st, 2014
Citi Bank November 1st 2014
Standard and Chartered Bank April 1st, 2014
HSBC Bank India October 18th,2014
Axis Bank November 1st, 2013
City Union Bank September 15th, 2014
Allahabad Bank March 4th 2014
HDFC Bank September 17th, 2014
ICICI Bank 16th August , 2013
IDBI Bank January 16th, 2014
IDBI Bank January 1st, 2014
IndusInd Bank October 1st, 2014
ING Vysya Bank August 26th, 2014
Karnataka Bank October 15th,2014
Kotak Mahindra Bank November 21st, 2013
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Limited October 13th,2014
The Catholic Syrian Bank June 25th, 2014
The Jammu and Kashmir Bank Limited December 27th, 2013
The Karur Vysya Bank Limited July 14th, 2014
The Lakshmi Vilas Bank September 15th,2014
South Indian Bank Limited March 1st, 2014
TNSC Bank May 14th, 2013
TNSC Bank May 14th, 2012
DBS India November 1st 2014
Post Office April 1st, 2013
Yes Bank 1st August, 2013
State Bank of Mysore March 4th, 2013
Development Credit Bank Ltd. July 7th ,2014
State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur September 1st, 2014

Asset allocation

We have heard the saying "Don't put all your eggs in one basket many times. This is what exactly asset allocation is. It is spreading out your assets into different avenues of investments.

Asset allocation is dividing your investments among different asset classes like bonds, equities, insurance, real estate, gold/gold ETF, fixed income securities, cash etc. The reason is each asset class behaves differently depending on the market conditions....

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