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Good money issues you still need to solve

Good money issues you still need to solve

You are disciplined with your expenses and are saving and investing well, you have no or little debt to cause worry. You would think that this has entitled you to put your money matters on auto mode. But even when things seem fine, there may be ..., 12 hours ago

Tax-free bonds witness price spike on bourses

Price of high yielding tax-free bonds shot up on stock exchanges as demand improved after the 50 basis point repo rate cut announced by the Reserve Bank of India is expected to usher in lower bank deposit rates. Traded volume in the tax-free bonds on the ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 days ago Borrowers and debt fund investors gain from RBI rate cut  Livemint.com5 days ago Tax-free bonds looking attractive after rate cut  The Financial Chronicle5 days ago Bank base rates may change more often  Livemint.com1 month ago

Comparing term plans with income benefits

A term plan is the best and cheapest way to buy a life insurance policy, and it can be bought online as well. As these plans have a straightforward structure—the nominee gets a sum assured on death of policyholder during the policy term and ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Joint life insurance is cost effective  Smart Investor2 months ago

DYK: Tax-saving mutual schemes can shed tax tag

ICICI Prudential Tax Plan changed its name to ICICI Prudential Long Term Equity Fund (Tax Saving) (IPLTEF). The scheme continues to be an equity-linked savings scheme (ELSS) that offers tax deduction under section 80C of the Income-tax Act, 1961.
 Livemint.com1 week ago

How working women are taking charge of their money

While they continue to seek advice from their family members, working women are learning to take charge of their own moneyPayal Shah, 28, started investing in mutual funds three years ago. Having no idea about the equity market, Shah turned to an investment advisor, who asked her to put money in mutual funds. “My family was against investing in mutual funds as they had a bad experience. "But thanks to my advisor, I have had a good experience so far,” says Shah, a doctor by ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Investment, insurance plans to become investor-friendly

To curb mis-selling of policies and rationalise commissions, radical changes have been proposed to help investors. After adopting a child, Jayant Anand wanted to save for her future.  His agent pushed for a traditional life insurance plan, saying he could also save tax through it. However, when he checked, Anand realised opting for an online term plan, along with a long-term tax-saving fixed deposit, would give him higher cover, better returns and also the tax incentive compared to the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

A radical, far reaching prescription for financial services

It is no secret that financial awareness is low in our country, and many issues can be traced to this. One of this is mis-selling, which is fairly widespread because of financial illiteracy and also due to customers own apathy towards personal ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

Should you worry about debt fund risk?

JP Morgan Asset Management (India) Co. Ltd's debacle due to about `200 crore exposure two of its debt schemes took to bonds issued by Amtek Auto Ltd has unnerved fixed income mutual fund investors. Fixed income is associated with safety, and one ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago

Are you down with start-up fever? Read this!

  It is risky for individual investors to invest directly in start-ups. Check the promoter team, understand the business and look for an exit route, before deciding on a plunge Chennai-based Divakar Vijayasarathy, chief executive, MeetUrPro, which provides online legal and financial services, says seven to eight of his high net worth investor clients have invested directly in start-ups. They have an individual net worth of about Rs 25 crore (Rs 250 million) and their investments are in ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Rs 10,000 cr issues: D-St in dumps, you can bet on tax-free bonds

MUMBAI: For the faint-hearted retail investors shaken by the turmoil in the equity markets, there is something to cheer about. More than Rs 10,000 crore of taxfree bonds from state-run companies such as NTPC, Power Finance Corp. (PFC), Indian Railways Finance ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
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