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All you need to know about PPF
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All you need to know about PPF

The Public Provident Fund, or PPF, is a very popular tax saving instrument. It is favoured by the salaried class as it providessavings on income tax as also guaranteed returns on investments. We provide below all that you need to know about the PPF scheme. India Infoline, 3 weeks ago

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Single premium plans for tax saving make no sense

A combination of ELSS or PPF with a term plan offers better coverage and returns, says Tinesh Bhasin.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ Single premium life insurance policies have become popular since demonetisation was announced. All life insurance companies put together collected Rs 6,692 crore premium for individual single premium plans -- a growth of 507% compared to the same period last year. "In the initial days of demonetisation, life insurance companies were accepting old notes and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Your Money: Avoid single premium plans for tax saving  Business Standard1 month ago

As a 52-year-old, should I invest money derived from PPF into mutual funds?

Dhirendra Kumar says why it would make sense to invest the money in mutual funds
 Value Research Online1 month ago What will you bet on in 2017?  Business Line1 month ago

Your Fund Portfolio

I want to accumulate 1 crore over the next 10 years through mutual fund investments. I have a PPF account since the last five years where I put in 12,500 every month. I have invested 3 lakh in debt instruments over the last three years. Please suggest the ...
 Business Line2 months ago
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Pension regulator seeks tax parity for NPS with EPF, PPF

Pension regulator PFRDA has sought tax parity for National Pension System with that of Employees Provident Fund and Public Provident Fund, particularly with respect of lumpsum withdrawal of fund up to 60 per cent on superannuation, an official said ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Regulator seeks tax parity for NPS with EPF, PPF  MSN India2 months ago

Can PIOs invest in PPF if they are residing in India?

dents of India, NRIs/PIOs/OCIs can open PPF accounts By Research Desk | Dec 30, 2016 I am a British citizen PIO, now a tax resident in India. I have a PPF account which was started as a resident Indian and is due to mature in March 2018. Will I be able to ...
 Value Research Online1 month ago

Why PPF interest rate could fall to a level unseen since 1980

Post demonetisation, flush with liquidity, banks have slashed their deposit rates. This is bad news for investors especially retirees who rely on interest on bank fixed deposits for regular income. Money Today Team November 30, 2016 | UPDATED 18:43 IST A+ A- ...
 Money Today2 months ago

I transfer PPF account from post office to private bank?

t branch and submit the transfer request By Research Desk | Jan 18, 2017 Can a PPF A/C be transferred from Post Office to a Public Sector Bank? -Abani Kumar Banerjee To transfer your PPF account from post office to a public sector or private sector bank, you ...
 Value Research Online1 month ago Does PPF account at the post office have online facility?  Value Research Online1 month ago

Tata Steel UK workers accept company's rescue proposal

London - Tata Steel workers in the UK on Wednesday voted robustly in favour of accepting steel producer's proposal on pensions, jobs, investment and production. As many as 72.1 per cent of the members who turned out for votes from Community and 75.6 per cent ...
 Sify1 week ago Tata Steel's UK pensions trustee warns deficit to surge  Sify4 weeks ago

Centre pays higher price to keep pensioners happy

Government to pay disproportionately high interest for borrowings from savings, overturning a nearly two-decade-long process of reforms in the management of public debt. To keep the pensioners’ lobby happy, the Centre seems to have taken a retrograde step to manage its borrowings in FY18. It has decided to cut down on cheaper borrowings from the market to instead pick up costlier money from the high-cost National Small Savings Fund (NSSF). This will mean, in FY18, the Centre will pay out ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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