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Mutual Fund – A great investment opportunity

Posted on 09 Dec 2016

The two prominent questions that come in every investor s mind are what is a mutual fund? What are the benefits of investing in a mutual fund? Your financial requirements are likely to grow over time. Although your income may grow at a steady pace inflation will take its toll. Traditional forms of investments such as bank FDs gold or bank savings may not help you realize your financial dreams and life goals. The million-dollar question that you now need to ask yourself is how would you derive m...

Here's how you budget your money like a boss

Posted on 01 Dec 2016

Everyone would want to save for various types of financial goals. It could be travelling saving for your wedding saving for that home down payment or for having financial independence at some point in your lives. That said you might shy away from preparing a budget. This is because you think budgeting is some kind of a dire or a restrictive plan that is going to that is going to tell you how to cut out all the fun in your life so that you can save for these goals. However that is an absolutely ...

4 simple ways to save more money

Posted on 16 Nov 2016

If you find something really difficult to implement in your financial life chances are that you will not do it. This is exactly the case when it comes to saving your hard-earned money. The key point to remember is that all of us know that we need to save our money but we more often than not tend to make it difficult for ourselves to do it. Here are 4 easy tips for saving your money that we have outlined for you: Have clear financial goals It is very important to know what you are saving your mo...

Demonetisation of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes: How will it affect the Indian market?

Posted on 09 Nov 2016

In a bid to launch a relentless attack on black money hoarders in India Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in his national address on Tuesday evening that Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes would cease to be legal tenders effective Tuesday midnight. This move came just a couple of months after the income disclosure scheme (IDS) which ended on Sep 30 2016 where the government collected around Rs 65 000 crore. Moreover this is just the second time post Independence that a government has banned currency note...

This Diwali do something different that makes the Big Difference

Posted on 25 Oct 2016

Yes! The festival of lights is round the corner. It is the best time to light up your life and start your financial planning. Make your new beginning this New Year for great results in the future through proper financial planning. This Diwali when you invoke the blessings of Goddess Laxmi do think about starting your investment plan. The best and the easiest way to do it is to start a mutual fund SIP. Here are three pertinent reasons to start a mutual fund SIP this Diwali: Benefit from average ...

Do you make the following 5 mistakes as a young financial planner?

Posted on 13 Oct 2016

Financial planning is nothing but a very important routine of day-to-day life. Just like we wake up every morning sip a cup of tea have our breakfast and prepare our mind for the day. The problem is that all of us realise the importance of financial planning but only a few of us make it a part of our daily routine. Here are 5 very common mistakes that young financial planners make which can affect the returns and savings planned at the time of retirement: 1. Starting late The wise people say it...


Posted on 04 Oct 2016

RBI governor Urjit Patel announced the fourth bi-monthly monetary policy for this fiscal year 2016-17 today. The main highlights are: 1. The Repo rate has been reduced by 0.25 per cent and is now 6.25 per cent. Cash reserve ratio (CRR) of scheduled banks is unchanged at 4.0 per cent. Repo rate is the rate at which RBI lends money to banks. This may lead to decrease in interest rates on all loans by banks. 2. The MPC(monetary policy committee) consisting of six members including the RBI governor...

Difference between company fixed deposits and bank fixed deposits

Posted on 28 Sep 2016

Fixed deposits have traditionally been very popular with most investors since they offer low risk steady returns and high liquidity. There are two types of fixed deposits available viz: company fixed deposits and bank fixed deposits. Let us closely look at the difference between the two on important parameters: 1. Interest rates Interest rates on bank deposits are determined by banks and are as per the interest rates movements by RBI as well as the liquidity needs of each bank. Within banks co-...

6 investment mistakes you need to avoid

Posted on 26 Sep 2016

Investment is most definitely the right decision to make in terms of maximising your returns. However investment in the right place at the right time is crucial. Here is six investment mistakes that you are advised to avoid in order to maximise returns from your hard-earned savings: Improper planning Planning is everything especially when it comes to investing your money. Proper planning will go a long way in yielding stronger returns in the long run. However improper planning can jeopardise yo...

4 smart ways of spending Rs.10000 savings at month end

Posted on 19 Sep 2016

No money is small money. Yes you have heard it right! The saying holds true now and forever. In fact small money always makes big money. Therefore here are four smart ways that you could adopt to invest Rs.10000 that you saved at month end to fetch you good long-term returns: Buy a life insurance policy Your life is very precious for you but is much more precious for your family especially if you are the sole breadwinner. Therefore mitigate this life risk by investing now in a life insurance co...


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