Saturday, August 19, 2017

Financial literacy includes concepts about savings, budgeting, financial planning, basics of banking and investing in stock market. While some of us are financially literate (or we think that we are financially literate), a recent survey by S&P found that over 76% Indians are not financially literate and hence make wrong financial decisions.

Our aim is to build a community which would work to spread financial literacy among fellow readers, recommend financial products and even answer specific questions.  So, let the decision be which stock broker to use or which bank or NBFC to use for personal loan or how would GST impact our life’s, we hope to help our readers in aspects related to finance.

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