RISMA as the name suggests aims to create awareness about risk exposure to all human beings at a personal level and to help them in managing risks effectively and efficiently .As we all know risk exposure in life is pervasive in nature and all our actions knowingly unknowingly create risks which at times can lead to catastrophic results .We would therefore like all human beings to be equipped with knowledge to identify risks and to mitigate them effectively .
Children education is an important financial goal for Indians
Inflation may be down but a major expense of the average Indian household is growing at a fast clip.
The cost of higher education is already high and rising at 10-12% a year. Childrens education is one of th
Role of Women in Decision Making
In what might just provide the requisite nudge to the economy , women consumers are wielding their purchasing power in sectors that go beyond food and grocery , such as automobiles, liquor, travel and financial products as well.
Almost all sectors that do not fall in the realm of househol
Budget Proposals 2015-2016
Investment Benefits :
Additional deduction for contribution to National Pension Scheme.In order to encourage people to contribute towards National Pension Scheme, an additional deduction up-to INR 50,000 will be available on the employee’s contribution. This is in addi
LIC Penalized for Rs 10 Lakhs
The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI has imposed a penalty of Rs 10 lakh on Life Insurance Corporation (LIC of India.In an order, the authority said the filled in proposal forms were altered by LIC without necessary authentication from the proposers. The policies wer
Risks in opening lockers
Customers who apply for lockers are made to invest in costly insurance policies and big-ticket fixed deposits
If your bank is also pushing you to invest in insurance policies and fixed depos its, you can take up the matter with the banks griev ance cell. If they fail to resolve the complain
Bank Insurance Business
Banks will now be able to provide customers a choice of insurance companies whose products can be bought through the bank with the central bank permitting banks to get into insurance broking.However, RBI has put on banks, the onus of ensuring the suitability of insura