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Oct 17, 2017
Planning to buy a car? Six handy tips to get an awesome deal from the lender and the dealerRemember, loan agents and car dealers have high targets to meet during festival seasons. This means, negotiation hard and you will land a better deal
Aug 21, 2017
SBI waives off processing fee on car loans fully, 50% on gold, personal loans"To bring more smiles to customers and their dear ones, bank has waived 100 percent processing fee on car loans till 31 December, 2017," SBI said.
Jul 31, 2017
India’s non farm-loan debts could settle all distressed farm loans, shows an analysisA lot of the non-priority NPAs are large and valued customers of the banks, who also have considerable political clout
Jun 29, 2017
7th Pay Commission allowances from 1 July: Here are a few ideas to use that extra fundsSpend your money only if you have no debt and is in fairly good position financially
Apr 03, 2017
SBI cuts base rate by 0.15% to 9.10%; your car, home loan EMIs set to declineThe new rate is effective from the date the bank merged five of its associates and Bharatiya Mahila Bank
Jun 19, 2016
The least that you can pay to get a brand new car in IndiaCar manufacturers have been devising various offers and schemes to give the most lucrative deals to customers
Oct 09, 2015
Money matters: Should you go for a used car loan?Here are a few things you should keep in mind to avail a used car loan.
Jun 08, 2015
Livelihood loss makes Delhi Uber drivers protest govt crackdownWith the Delhi government determined to step up pressure on the companies after they defied a state-wide ban for six months, police officers have been using the taxi-hailing apps to book vehicles and impound them as they arrive.
Apr 08, 2015
Cheaper EMI? Why all the hullabaloo around bank rate cuts is a bad jokeThe issue is whether a minuscule base rate cut really makes a difference?
Aug 05, 2014
RBI retains interest rates: Why EMIs on home, auto loans will be unchangedEquated monthly installments (EMIs) paid on home, automobile and other loans would remain unchanged, as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) left key interest rates unchanged in its third bi-monthly monetary policy review Tuesday.<br />