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January 3, 2018

BT Online
September 28, 2017
To woo homebuyers ahead of the festive season, private-sector lender ICICI Bank announced the launch of a new home loan scheme, under which the bank will give 1 percent cashback to borowwers on every EMI for the entire tenure of the loan.

Tanwir Alam,Money Today Team
| New Delhi, July 11, 2017
After adjusting your goals to inflation, you will need a corpus of approximately Rs 5.5 crore to meet your objectives.

Vaibhav Sankla
New Delhi, January 20, 2017
When it comes to NRI's selling their property in India, the tax laws are not very clear and any payment received from the buyer by an NRI is subjected to TDS rates as high as 20-31% at times irrespective whether the income from such transactions is taxable or not.

Team Money Today
November 26, 2014
The Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) has clarified that the service tax will be only on the commission paid to Indian agents and not on the total amount remitted.

Dipak Mondal/Money Today
March 8, 2013
Whether you are a loan applicant, an insurance buyer, a mobile phone user or a job seeker, lenders, insurance companies and employers may use your conduct to analyse the risk that you can pose to them.

Dubai, November 14, 2012
The decline in Indian rupee's value over the last one year is luring NRIs living in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to buy property in India, even if the price stretched up to Rs 1 crore or more.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, September 3, 2012
Akshay Kumar-starrer \"Joker\", which released on 31st August, 2012, failed to amuse the box office. According to, \"Joker\"opened to a poor response of around 20 per cent on its first day.

Rajiv Bhuva
May 11, 2012
Oil imports are where a weak rupee hurts India the most. At $155.6 billion, oil accounted for nearly 32 per cent of total imports in 2011-12. A weak rupee increases the import bill and cancels out the benefit of any decline in global crude prices.

Mumbai, March 13, 2012
Dealers said increased foreign capital inflows amid higher opening in local equities mainly kept the rupee sentiment firm.

Mumbai, March 12, 2012
Fresh demand for the US currency from importers steps up dollar purchases for making payments, putting pressure on the rupee.
March 22, 2012
There are several factors that will determine the rupee's movement from here on. High inflation, deficit concerns and India's high import bill could have a bearing on the currency.
March 6, 2012
As the rupee continues with its free fall against US dollar - spooking businesses and investors alike - most people are left wondering what it means for them. Here's all you need to know.

Rajesh Chakrabarti
Delhi, March 5, 2012
With the exception of the Japanese yen and the arguably undervalued Chinese renminbi, the dollar has appreciated against virtually every currency in the world.

Dipak Mondal/Money Today
March 2, 2012
It's a great time to be a non-resident Indian if you repatriate money to India or invest in the country. A weakening rupee means more value for every dollar NRIs send home.

New Delhi, January 6, 2012
Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) have started taking keen interest in the real estate sector back home following significant appreciation of the dollar vis-a-vis the rupee, a top official of housing finance company said on Friday.

Dearton Thomas Hector
October 10, 2011
As the festive season nears, the e-commerce space is heating up
January 21, 2010
You are paying a very high premium for very little cover. To reduce your premium outgo, you can convert your policies to paid-up plans, where the premium stops but your cover continues.

By Manasije Mishra
January 11, 2007
The Indian economy has been growing rapidly and NRIs are keen to participate by seeking investment opportunities in the stock market, real estate and other sectors.

By Tejas Bhope
January 11, 2007
NRI investment opportunities in India are myriad and rewarding.MONEYTODAY drew up a primer and invited a banker and a financial planner to provide their expert views.

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