EMI - Equated Monthly Installments. This system is more popular in India. It is used in all commercial departments that are connected with a common man. People who are not affordable to purchase or buy any product in full cash opts for EMI and pays in installments. On one side this is more useful for middle class people. But on other hand, it might tend to huge burden on a person's head.
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  • Re: EMI system - Good or bad for middle class people?

    by » 6 years ago


    Definitely EMI system helps middle class people to buy the costly products in an installment basis. Though EMI system accepts some extra charges as interest, middle class people reduce some of their expenditures and are able to pay low costs every month instead of buying at a time. Now a days some of the online shopping sites are providing the new facility called "Get back your interest at the ending payment". This procedure can even help middle class people a lot.

  • Re: EMI system - Good or bad for middle class people?

    by » 6 years ago


    EMI or equated monthly system is good scheme for buying durables. Personally I do not favor any loan except housing. Needless to say EMI rduces the monthly disposable income.

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  • Re: EMI system - Good or bad for middle class people?

    by » 6 years ago


    EMI system is best for the people who regularly make prompt payments. But nowadays people are misusing it by purchasing lot of things and not able to pay their loan within stipulated time. For those people it is not suitable. It reduces the burden of paying the money immediately.

  • Re: EMI system - Good or bad for middle class people?

    by » 6 years ago


    EMI - Equated Monthly Installments. This system is more popular in India. It is used in all commercial departments that are connected with a common man. People who are not affordable to purchase or buy any product in full cash opts for EMI and pays in installments. On one side this is more useful for middle class people. But on other hand, it might tend to huge burden on a person's head.



    EMI is a very good way to spread out one's expenses throughout a year or over a period of time, instead of buying things using cash at one go. Though I used to be in favor of buying things using cash...but EMI options lets you plan and budget for things that you want to buy and then the burden is spread over each month instead of spending money in bulk or at one go.

    “A mistake is a crash-course in learning” – Billy Anderson


  • Re: EMI system - Good or bad for middle class people?

    by » 6 years ago


    In the long run although you end up paying nearly double the amount, it is still a boon to many people who cannot pay upfront at one go ! I guess both the customer and the seller are happy since the customer gets his stuff right at the beginning and gets to use it, and sometimes before the end of the term, may be even exchange it ..seller of course makes a good profit!

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  • Re: EMI system - Good or bad for middle class people?

    by » 6 years ago


    But if the customer is lucky..s/he gets a product at zero percent interest rate....mostly during festive season.

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  • Re: EMI system - Good or bad for middle class people?

    by » 6 years ago


    But if the customer is lucky..s/he gets a product at zero percent interest rate....mostly during festive season.


    Zero percent interest means it is not free from interest. You have some hidden cost like processing fees are involved in it. If you calculate that you come to know that you are spending more money than the actual cost.

  • Re: EMI system - Good or bad for middle class people?

    by » 6 years ago


    But if the customer is lucky..s/he gets a product at zero percent interest rate....mostly during festive season.


    Zero percent interest means it is not free from interest. You have some hidden cost like processing fees are involved in it. If you calculate that you come to know that you are spending more money than the actual cost.


    Nothing is free as such. One should be cautios not to over use the EMI facility. In a zeal to buy more durables, the disposal income for current needs is drastically reduced thereby causing hardship.

    G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant
    http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/


  • Re: EMI system - Good or bad for middle class people?

    by » 6 years ago


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  • Re: EMI system - Good or bad for middle class people?

    by » 6 years ago


    EMI - Equated Monthly Installments. This system is more popular in India. It is used in all commercial departments that are connected with a common man. People who are not affordable to purchase or buy any product in full cash opts for EMI and pays in installments. On one side this is more useful for middle class people. But on other hand, it might tend to huge burden on a person's head.


    This system is more poplar all over the world, We have just bough a home in a foreign country on EMI basis where bank interest is only 5%. And most businessmen and corporate workers do it to keep their capital intact not necessarily the people who cannot afford to buy in cash.

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