Archive for the ‘Discussion’

  • A Discussion on the Working of Net Banking>
    A Discussion on the Working of Net Banking
    Net banking has made our banking very much easier and simpler now one can bank from home or office. Net banking lets you access your account on the internet for transaction inquiry, mutual funds, investments, fixed deposits, bill payments, cash and draft delivery and pick up and many other features. Here is the outcome of a discussion held recently to get to know more about net banking. To access Net Banking you need a user –id and a password which can be generated on line.  The one time pass word (OTP) registration service is an enhanced security feature that enables high value transactions and an array of other services in Net banking. To keep you up-to date on your account activity, the banks send you alerts on your mobile or email id, informing you about all your net banking transactions. With  [...]
    at July 10th, 2013 at 04:07 am
  • Meaning of Skilled Leadership>
    Meaning of Skilled Leadership
    The difference between the common man and the leader is that leader is a person who is willing to take additional responsibilities and has the ability to handle more than the common man. This holds true also for skilled leadership in corporate world today, the ability to move on with confidence without fearing for the pitfalls or the backlash in the due course of day to day activities of the complex business world. The skilled leader today is the complete pack of class, style, body language and etiquette, vocal communication, business practises, ethics and a street smart strategy in all situations. A true skilled leader with a strong personality can create likability and confidence in his team, with his clients and business associates. He has the ability to hold discussion without dispute.  [...]
    at February 26th, 2013 at 06:02 am
  • What To Do In Case You Lose Important Documents>
    What To Do In Case You Lose Important Documents
    Lets’ discuss a situation where you have lost very important documents and they could be your property documents or school certificates or bank deposits, or passport and it becomes a night mare for you to live a normal life without these documents. To mitigate your losses in case of loss of your precious and important documents it is imperative that you may follow some steps and initiate the process to recoup your loss of documents. In case you lose your property documents, you must file a police complaint regarding the same and issue a public notice in two leading newspapers and keep the news paper clippings with you. This step will help you to collect duplicate proof of the property ownership and may assist you in getting relevant land records of your property. In case the bank loses your  [...]
    at October 18th, 2012 at 01:10 am
  • What is Foreign Exchange and why do you need to know more about it?>
    What is Foreign Exchange and why do you need to know more about it?
    It sometimes feels like we are immersed in complicated economics and the tendency is to sit back whilst those in the know dominate the markets and decide what’s best for us. The financial markets have come under close scrutiny in the last few years due to the banking crisis and the ensuing global recession. This has led to increased awareness of the various markets and one market that has been growing significantly in recent times is that of foreign exchange, or rather, Forex. To initially simplify the case, the forex market is fairly self-explanatory. It involves trading two currencies against each other and profiting on any favourable fluctuations. The depth to which a private speculator wishes to get involved in this market can vary greatly. The internet has made the market highly accessible  [...]
    at April 5th, 2012 at 07:04 am
  • Some Useful Tips for Picking the Best Cash Advance Lender>
    Some Useful Tips for Picking the Best Cash Advance Lender
    Choosing the best payday cash advance lender will allow you to obtain payday advances at lower rates and in a hassle free manner. Here are a few tips that will guide you while choosing a payday loan lender. Browse websites of different online lenders offering cash advances. This will allow you to compare the rate of interests and fees set by different money lending websites. The rate of interest of advance payday loans is high compared to other loans; so, if you can get options that offer slightly lower rates you will be highly benefited. You will come across online cash advance websites that don’t charge any fee from the first time customers. Going for such schemes will help you to save a significant amount of money. Before opting for any lender, you should have clear knowledge about the  [...]
    at October 24th, 2011 at 05:10 am
  • Do you want to find the root causes of inflation?>
    Do you want to find the root causes of inflation?
    The inflation is a constant pain for any country and like gold the value of inflation refuses to come down. It is ever increasing and pulling down the value of money to a great extent. When the members of Fed discuss on the topic of inflation the members give stress on the food and energy as causes of inflation. The main idea behind this is that the kind of fluctuation oil and gas prices go through, it makes the assessment of prices really difficult for the economists to calculate. But if this is the reasoning of the inflation, then there is a shortcoming in the explanation. The causes of inflation are far away from detecting as most of the economists deal with the outcomes of inflation. The food prices and gas prices are increasing and if these prices keep on zipping north then what will be  [...]
    at May 4th, 2011 at 12:05 am
  • Financial advisors need to be fired too…>
    Financial advisors need to be fired too…
    You’ve probably gone to great lengths to screen through several financial advisors before settling for one, but your responsibility and role doesn’t end when you end up hiring one. If you feel that Johnny (let’s assume his name is Johnny) isn’t up to the mark, you should simply cut him loose and get someone new. There are, after all, several fish in the pond and picking a new one from several financial advisors is not that difficult. But how do you know the time has come to go your separate ways? Perhaps when you feel that the advisor is looking out for his interests more than he is yours, it’s time to say adios and do a Trump by screaming “you’re fired!!” All too often, we end up giving money to people without running a background check first. What’s worse is the fact that  [...]
    at February 14th, 2011 at 03:02 am
  • Knowledge sharing is not the best of ideas at all times>
    Knowledge sharing is not the best of ideas at all times
    Those that know me will attest to the fact that I am quite helpful as people go. I freely offer to help whenever I can and whenever someone wants to pick my brain I am open to a round of knowledge sharing. And yes, very often I too like to get some information to file away in my mind. It is a process of give and take I quite enjoy honestly, but there are many occasions on which this whole process of knowledge sharing is one way traffic. Sometimes I’ve given unhelpful or misleading answers and I have to be able to know when someone is playing me for a fool and when they’re not. In card-playing terms, I am tipping my hand early. Of course, clueless and widespread paranoia is not the answer to this. Not every will try to misinform me, and I know this well. In fact, I have seen that giving  [...]
    at January 5th, 2011 at 12:01 am
  • Frugal living and myths surrounding it>
    Frugal living and myths surrounding it
    I hear people tell me that frugal living is overhyped and a bit of a negative influence and I can’t help but be tickled pink by such rubbish. Many of the people that run down frugal living barely give it a chance. I’m going to try and dispel a few months on frugal living, if you’ll just bear with me. Myth 1: Hunting for deals is a pain Personally, I love the thrill of the chase. Hunting for deals gives me greater satisfaction than just putting the cash straight down to buy anything at all. It could be something as big as a car or a house or it could be something as simple as groceries, I just enjoy hunting for deals. It’s barely drudgery like some people say it is. I recently saved $25 on shopping for my son, and all because I got my wife to log in toMr. Rebates before she checked out  [...]
    at January 1st, 2011 at 12:01 am
  • American economy a bit zombie-like>
    American economy a bit zombie-like
    By all accounts, the American economy is a bit unhealthy as of now. Pick an economic indicator, any indicator. Third quarter GDP is at 2%, this figure released just before Halloween and causing quite a fright. Unemployment and personal consumption figures aren’t exactly stellar either, and any gains effected by the GDP were set off by net imports and sharply outdone by the increase in inventories. Consumption figures have been alright, but nowhere near what it should be and the savings rate too has fallen, presenting a picture that is not rosy at all. In a sense, the American economy is a bit like a zombie right now; it’s the walking dead, ambling along in a mindless haze. In a normal, well-balanced economy, consumption and GDP is locked in a sweet, sweet tango while savings is  [...]
    at November 3rd, 2010 at 05:11 am