Credit Card Balance Transfer vs Loan
On credit cards, the borrower pays 3-4 per cent monthly interest, while in credit card takeover loans it’s about 1.5 per cent monthly interest which is almost half the amount payable,” says Kumar.
Short Term Loan: Know the do’s and dont's
Here's Do's and Don't to consider when you take them. Carefully choosinging the kind of personal loan from digital lenders is the key
Important watchouts before you take a wedding loan
Trends are changing with every season and for millennials, it’s becoming increasingly important to ensure that wedding rituals and celebrations are customized. While all these make a wedding stand out, they also come with their fair share of expenses!
This NBFC raises $8 million amid rising clamour over liquidity crisis
LoanTap raised the amount via a combination of equity and debt instruments, between October to December 2018.
Ever heard of EMI free loans? LoanTap is here with unique options
LoanTap has been a pioneer of multiple innovative fintech offerings that include EMI-free loans, rental deposits, wedding loans, holiday loans, salary advance, and personal overdrafts.
Shifting to a new town or locality? Here’s how rental deposit loans can help you
The nature of work has become such today that at some point of time or other, many working professionals have to relocate to a new city. Whether it is because of an ongoing assignment at the current workplace or for a new job opportunity, relocation has become far more common today than earlier days.
Budget 2018: How Arun Jaitley can power up millions of individuals, entrepreneurs with start-up and digitisation boost
Fintech and digital payment companies are betting big on the upcoming Union Budget and have many expectations from Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, particularly in view of the Modi government’s digitisation drive
Diwali offers in banks: Lenders lure loan seekers with festive season freebies, but should you take?
Processing fee makes up about 0.5 to 1 per cent of the total loan amount. Waiving it off undoubtedly offers a tangible reward to the loan seeker, enabling savings to the tune of thousands of rupees at the very beginning. However, the benefit of this move is often used to draw away the attention from other less appealing aspects of the loan product such as flexibility to choose the loan amount, repayment option, prepayment penalty, and foreclosure charges, among others,” says Satyam Kumar, CEO & Co-Founder , LoanTap.
Are all debts necessarily bad? Find out when debts can be good also
The Chinese philosophy of Yin and Yang mandates that everything has a tangible duality. In this universe of dualism, Yin corresponds to the negative or passive aspects, and Yang, the active or the positive. The philosophy finds its widespread application in the day-to-day life processes since Yin and Yang are considered symmetric and opposite in nature. More like two sides of a coin, the good and the bad, the light and the dark, as well as favourable and adverse.