'Avoid taking excessive credit risk via mutual funds such as high-yield fixed maturity plans and credit opportunity funds,' experts tell Sanjay Kumar Singh. Recent reports suggest several companies are defaulting on interest payments to investors. This, and the fact that returns from fixed income instruments are falling steadily, is likely to make fixed income investors quite unhappy. There could be a temptation to invest in riskier papers, to get more return. However, this isn't the best time ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Short-term debt funds better than FDs? - Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Swastic Union CC (1) produced an all-round effort to thump Modern Cricket Club by 67 runs in the KSCA T20 tournament here. R Samarth (52) and Naveen MG (76) posted half-centuries to guide Swastic Union CC to a strong total of 212/ 4 in 20 overs. Swastic Union ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Stalin Hoover starred with a century (111) to guide Friends Union CC to a 62-run win over Sangam Cricket Association in the KSCA Twenty20 cricket tournament here. Brief scores: Friends Union CC: 185/7 in 20 overs (Stalin Hoover 111; Mujahid 2-36, Arun Kumar ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Salaried employees get several benefits under Sections 80C, 80D, 80G and others.Sanjay Kumar Singh and Priya Nair tell you how to invest wisely.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com For many salaried employees, this is the time of the year they dread. And, for good reason. When the human resource department, at the start of the financial year, ask them about investments that will be made under Section 80C and other tax benefits they intend to take, many have the tendency to just put some ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
It is not just the influx of tourists, but even locals have also been cancelling even pre-booked trips. Joy M.P., Voyargo Vacations, said that in the last two weeks over seven of his clients have cancelled their trips, most of them over concerns over ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
On October 27, the Reserve Bank of India had allowed start-ups to borrow up to $3 million or around Rs 20 crore a year either in rupees or any convertible foreign currency. Indian start-ups might look at raising funds through the more liberalised external commercial borrowing route to spend on marketing, setting up offices in the US and Europe, and expanding their business. This would also give them access to debt money, a crucial factor at a time when they’re stabilising and growing ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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