Author Priyanka Singh

Priyanka is a Banking & Finance enthusiast. She believes in spreading awareness about personal finance and how people should manage every aspect of their finances, be it savings, investing, borrowing, lending or retirement planning. Priyanka believes in simplicity and as such presents complex topics in the simplest of the manner.

The Do’s and Don’ts for getting Personal Loan

Read onto this Finance Buddha blog to know some of the dos and don’ts for getting approved for a personal loan in India.

Consolidate your multiple loans with a new Personal Loan

Managing multiple debts at once can be overwhelming, read onto this Finance Buddha blog to know how to Consolidate your multiple loans with a new Personal Loan.

Avail PMAY Subsidy on Your Home Loan

The Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) is a government housing scheme launched in 2015. The scheme aims to provide affordable housing for both urban and rural people of the country.

MSME Loan: Why it is Ideal Choice for Small Business Owners

MSME Loan: Why it is Ideal Choice for Small Business Owners read onto this Finance Buddha blog to know more.

Union Budget 2019: Key Highlights

Union Budget 2019 On Friday 5th July 2019 Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget 2019. The Key Highlights of Budget 2019 are: “Direct Income Tax” For home loan taken on self-occupied house property till 31/3/2020, the interest deduction… Continue Reading →

Your Rights & Duties Regarding Your Insurance

Knowing your rights and duties regarding your insurance is a must. Not being aware of it can put you into a serious problem in the future. To know your rights and duties as a policyholder go through this article.

Debt Trap a Serious Issue! Don’t Ignore these Signs!!

In this competitive world, loans have become an important financial tool on which more than 50% of the population depends. Whether it be some urgent financial requirement or the willingness to avail some luxuries, loans are the option which can… Continue Reading →

Now 75% Withdrawal Possible From the PF Account

Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) on Tuesday allowed its members to withdraw 75 percent of their provident fund balance after one month of quitting the job. In addition to this members are now even eligible to withdraw the full amount and… Continue Reading →

Why Your Kids are never too Young to Learn about Money

With parenting comes great responsibilities! Being a parent you have to be very careful and alert about each and everything your children are doing and learning. And being a parent, everyone wants to give the best to their child, whether… Continue Reading →

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