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Outlook Money is a personal finance specialist. It empowers our readers (print and digital) to make the best use of every rupee so that they can meet their financial goals through clear, comprehensive, credible and current information. Since its inception in 1998,Outlook Money has focused on consumer interest and benefits. Over different economic conditions, which pose threats and opportunities. Outlook Money magazine has remained focused to help readers optimize their outlook on money to achieve their financial outlook of money. Outlook Money from the Outlook group is not a stock market magazine, though stocks and mutual funds inevitably form a significant chunk. They not a business magazine, though the ups and downs of the corporate world will certainly impinge on various aspects of the articles that are written. Outlook Money is like none other in India; a personal finance specialist. It will help readers invest well, borrow wisely and spend smartly. It hopes to be their money manager, covering issues ranging from the best shares to buy (and the ones to sell and run) to the right insurance products for them from the most attractive savings instruments to products that offer them the best value for money, from clever tax breaks to planning for retirement.
This book has all the necessary ingredients to make for a good read for those aspiring for an MBA and those who are trying to look for quick fix solutions to what MBAs do.
Don’t go by the book’s cover, the algorithmic concepts discussed are not as simple as they appear to be.
Oh yes, most things are high about Singapore. Its glittering high rises, hi-tech amusement parks, high-end shopping streets, the 541feet high Singapore Flyer, the dizzyingly high Marina Bay Hotel’s swimming pool and the highest indoor waterfall in the world at Gardens by the Bay.
With the smartphone giants, Apple and Samsung, releasing their most powerful smartphones yet, Tushar Kanwar finds out if the three measure up.