Ever since GDP Growth rate for Q1 of FY18 was announced on 1st September, 2017 there is nonstop discourse on the bad shape of Indian economy. Call it discourse or whining, everyone has an opinion on this. P. Chidambaram tweeted: “Our worst fears have come true. Sub-6% growth is a catastrophe. The slide in economy continues. Slow growth, low investment and no jobs. An explosive cocktail.” People who have to be taken seriously – Yashwanth Sinha, Subramanian Swamy, Gurumurthy – have complaints of varying degrees. Subramanian Swamy says economy is in tailspin and says according to “Samuelson-Swamy” theory one needs to search growth. Gurumurthy says GST, DeMo, NPA, etc are the problems and economy is slipping.

It is a non-descript corner of Salem, Tamil Nadu. The lady was sitting in her small flat in a usual dry evening. Our territory manager approached the lady and asked if the particular person lived in the address. Actually, he was no more and the family has changed the residence three times. Our territory managers do a bit of Sherlock Holmes, before they reach the right prospect and he knows about it.

PM Modi's announcement of demonetization of Rs.1000 and Rs.500, seems to have polarized the country – People who have black money against whom Modi is waging a war, and others who know how to make it white and are willing to offer their services. And virtually everyone is a financial and economic expert who has very strong view one way or another.

Hi All, Wish you all a very Happy New Year. May all your dreams come true. A Few New Year Pledges. 1) Updating my ebook on “Financing Options for SMEs” 2) A new ebook on Financial and Legal Due Diligence for people to use. 3) At least 500 documents, agreements,...