CASHe - 5 ways to lower your EMI with CASHe CASHe - 5 ways to lower your EMI with CASHe

Monday, September 16th, 2019

5 ways to lower your EMI with CASHe

Be it a small or big loan, the burden of paying an EMI can be overwhelming. People take a loan for various reasons such as buying a new asset, to cover marriage expenses, to buy a flight ticket, to repair the house or the car. The money is generally used in a fraction of second […]

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CASHe - 10 tips for managing your personal finances better CASHe - 10 tips for managing your personal finances better

Friday, January 18th, 2019

10 tips for managing your personal finances better

1. Look for options: When it comes to buying a mobile phone, we do through research and compare the features and the value we are getting for the money we are going to invest. We have to be equally proactive when it comes to financial services too. Before investing look for options, compare the returns […]

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CASHe - How to Save from Your Monthly Income CASHe - How to Save from Your Monthly Income

Friday, November 30th, 2018

How to Save from Your Monthly Income

The aspirational level of a normal individual has gone higher just like the high cost of living in most of the cities. A simple dream like buying your dream car or buying your house involves lakhs of rupees. One has to earn exceptionally well to achieve these goals in short-term or the other way is […]

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CASHe - Difference between an Investment and Savings CASHe - Difference between an Investment and Savings

Friday, November 30th, 2018

Difference between an Investment and Savings

You must have heard the terms ‘savings’ and ‘investment’ a lot of times growing up. Once we start earning we realize that both the terms are very different and hold equal importance. Savings means the disposable money we are left with after the consumption. Every month we earn an income. This could be your salary […]

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CASHe - Basic Financial Planning CASHe - Basic Financial Planning

Friday, November 30th, 2018

Basic Financial Planning

The Mid 20s is the age when young adults complete their education and enter the professional world. Once the income starts coming in, the expenditure increases too. Young millennial tend to spend on online shopping, traveling and making social appearances. After working for 2 to 3 years, people feel the need to start saving or […]

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CASHe - How to Invest in Mutual Funds CASHe - How to Invest in Mutual Funds

Friday, November 30th, 2018

How to Invest in Mutual Funds

What are mutual funds? A mutual fund is an investment tool that uses money from the investors to invest in different securities and markets to gain profits. Investors can choose a mutual fund scheme and invest as per their financial goals. In simple words, a mutual fund is a pool of money of multiple investors […]

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CASHe - How to Invest: A Beginner’s Guide to Investing CASHe - How to Invest: A Beginner’s Guide to Investing

Friday, October 26th, 2018

How to Invest: A Beginner’s Guide to Investing

Investment is a method by which one aims to grow the money one already has by investing it in various instruments according to one’s risk appetite. Generally, it is observed that the higher the risk, the better are the chances of return. There are many options available for investing and one should carefully plan how […]

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CASHe - SIP in 2018 CASHe - SIP in 2018

Friday, October 26th, 2018

SIP in 2018

With the increasing income level of the individuals, the need to invest the disposable money is on the rise too. Many individuals are opting for SIPs as their monthly investment. The ultimate goal of SIP is to invest and grow your money with fastest possible rate with lowest possible risks. This is certainly not easy […]

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CASHe - Tips on Saving Money from Your Monthly Salary CASHe - Tips on Saving Money from Your Monthly Salary

Friday, October 26th, 2018

Tips on Saving Money from Your Monthly Salary

In this fast moving world, most of the people are focusing on earning more money with every passing day and they tend to forget to save the money they have already earned for themselves. We must never forget that money saved is equivalent to money earned. So let us discuss some of the tips to […]

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