Category Archives: Education

8 Personal Finance Questions For College Students | MoneyMindz

By | 15/06/2018

      College isn’t easy. We all know about it. First, you need to search for a suitable college offering the courses of your choice and then you have to get admission. After that, you have to deal with innumerable assignments, exams, practicals and what not. Apart from all this, there are internals and… Read More »

Education Loans- All About Moratorium Period | MoneyMindz

By | 11/06/2018

What Is An Education Loan? An education loan is a capital acquired from a lender or bank to finance education, either within the country or abroad. often, payments need not be made up to six months after completion of the course. In simple terms, education loans are loans issued so that the borrower (usually a… Read More »

Take Care Of Your Parents Without Going Broke | MoneyMindz

By | 05/06/2018

Let’s face it. As years pass by, as our lives become more occupied with higher studies and career, our parents are getting old. One day, they may find it hard to climb up the steps to wake you up with coffee provided to you! Rather you should go to them every morning and give them… Read More »

Ways To Manage Financial State By A College Student | MoneyMindz

By | 02/06/2018

We all make mistakes. After all, who doesn’t? But it is crucial to learn from mistakes and ensure that those mistakes aren’t repeated. You can learn not only from your mistakes but also from others mistakes. So, the next time someone talks to you along the lines of “This is a mistake I committed. I… Read More »

Teach Your Kids To Be Financially Responsible | Financial Advisory In India | MoneyMindz

By | 02/06/2018

Toddler or teen, your little angel will inevitably have to attend college sooner or later for his/her own good. No, don’t take out money from your retirement savings to pay college fees! We are here to tell you how you can save money without taking out money from other funds. 1. Avoid debt and start… Read More »

Justifications People Give To Avert Purchasing And Possessing Travel Insurance – MoneyMindz

By | 30/05/2018

Excuses!! People love giving excuses when they don’t want or don’t feel like doing something! Some are genuine while many are lame excuses. They just don’t realize how crucial travel insurance is. Here are some pleas they offer! I am skeptical if the insurer will pay me You don’t trust him when in reality you… Read More »

Financial Resolutions You Ought Not To Procrastinate About | Financial Adviser | MoneyMindz

By | 26/05/2018

Managing your capital is hard but crucial. Here are five financial decisions you have to follow at once! Worry not, for these are simple steps for you to read and follow. 1. Save money Save money and see for yourself. Saving money will ensure you be able to invest for various purposes. Start with putting… Read More »

Education Loans to Study Abroad | Financial Advisory India | MoneyMindz

By | 23/05/2018

In many countries, 70% TO 80% foreign students aren’t being funded by universities. Neither can we self-fund. In order to do an MS in the US, 30 Lakhs to 1 crore required! 1. Rate of Interest What is the rate of interest? The extra amount paid by you to the bank on the principal amount at the event of taking… Read More »

Invest In PPF Account Before 5th Of Every Month. Here Is Why – Money Mindz

By | 21/05/2018

The Public Provident Fund is what you call PPF. The principle and interest you earn on the Public Provident Fund is guaranteed by the Indian Government. That means your investment is safe and you earn interest on it. PPF is a chosen investment for a large number of Indians and continues to be so. Wistfully,… Read More »

Considerable Capital Confusions College Graduates Can Avert – Money Mindz

By | 17/05/2018

We all make mistakes. After all, who doesn’t? But it is crucial to learn from mistakes and ensure that those mistakes aren’t repeated. You can learn not only from your mistakes but also from others mistakes. So, the next time someone talks to you along the lines of “This is a mistake I committed. I… Read More »