Indian Rupee exchange rates

Indian Rupee exchange rate is one of the most important features to evaluate when you are sending money to India. It is in your best interest to make sure that you get the best Dollar (USD), Pound (GBP) or Euro (EUR) to Indian Rupee (INR) conversion rate possible. However, you may find that while some players offer very good Indian Rupee exchange rates, but they charge very fees. So, it is always good to weigh both Rupee exchange rates and fees when sending money to India, by looking at final amount in Indian Rupees, the money transfer operator will transfer to your beneficiary in India.

 

You can visit nriDealExpert.com to fish out the best Dollar (USD), Pound (GBP) or Euro (EUR) to Indian Rupee (INR) exchange rates along with comparison of fees, speed of delivery offered by various money transfers to India operators.

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‘God is great, but he does not sign cheques’

I work for a bank and all the while have been hearing the same jargons, hedge your risk against contingencies, minimise your losses blah blah blah. But in reality I had not applied the same principles until it hit me hard.

 

Let me explain what I mean, with a job in hand and the company taking care of the health insurance, I rarely thought about insuring my family. Then I moved countries, changed jobs, contracts changed, situations changed. My dad fell ill back in 2007 and he had crossed 68. No insurance policy covered him for his age that time. With the expenses skyrocketing I had wished that I had taken out a health insurance for him. That’s when I kept thinking that my family doctor should have played the role of the risk manager and recommended us at every stage to insure ourselves.

 

Since Google is supposed to know all, I used the search engine again after 5 years to show all the Insurance policies available to elderly. Well, the results did not surprise me, I could hardly find products catering to a senior citizens. National Insurance have a scheme called “VARISTHA Mediclaim” for Senior Citizens, buying this product gets tougher as the age increases. Firstly, there aren’t many policies available for them. Secondly, the premium increases with age.

 

All those reading this piece, its worth investing in a health insurance policy, even if your company covers your parents now. You never know how situations change. That’s what Insurance is all about.

 

If you don’t have one, invest in one right away!!!

 

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