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Is your money sleeping in your bank account? It’s time to wake it up?

Posted on 22 Mar 2018

Given growing inflation increasing standard of living and growing aspirations here s one question you must ask yourself is your money snoozing in your bank account? Agreed bank accounts have traditionally been one of the best options for parking your savings. However times have changed and so have economic dynamics. Inflation has become a huge factor to consider while planning your finances and investments. The returns provided by bank savings accounts and bank fixed deposits do not grow at a r...

PFRDA eases norms for partial withdrawal under NPS

Posted on 16 Mar 2018

The norms for partial withdrawal under the National Pension Scheme (NPS) have been relaxed by the Pension Fund Regulatory Development Authority (PFRDA). PFRDA specified that a subscriber needs to remain subscribed to the NPS for at least three years from the joining date to be eligible for making a partial withdrawal as per the regulation. PFRDA has allowed NPS subscribers to make partial withdrawals up to maximum three times during the full tenure of subscription with NPS. However the regulato...

Investing in mutual funds vs. direct equities

Posted on 05 Mar 2018

One of the top most questions that comes in each and every investor s mind is among investing in mutual fund scheme or direct equity what should he or she opt for? Let s try to answer this question in this article. An equity mutual fund comprises a basket of stocks actively managed by a professional fund manager. However it is very important for you to understand the fact that investment in a single stock is not equivalent to that of investing in a mutual fund. In fact you can say investing in ...

5 taxation rules on National Pension System (NPS) you need to know

Posted on 27 Feb 2018

National Pension System or NPS is a defined contribution based pension scheme launched by the Government of India on January 2004 which aims to provide regular income during old age and generates market-linked returns over the long term. Two types of account under NPS- tier I and tier II. The tier I account is pension account and mandatory account with facility of partial withdrawal subject to certain conditions (like critical illness child education etc.) and while the tier II account is a sav...

Where should I invest my hard-earned money?

Posted on 16 Feb 2018

All of us work very hard to earn our money. However do we really work hard in terms of deciding where to invest that to maximize our corpus? Most of us manage to create a pool of savings which we popularly call surplus money but we don t know what to do with it. Let s evaluate 3popular asset classes to see which are the best ones for you to invest your money. If we have Rs. 100 surplus with us the fact that would need to decide is how much will you invest in bank FD and how much in the equity m...

Don’t panic when markets go down - Your portfolio might be fine

Posted on 07 Feb 2018

On Feb 2 2018 the Sensex and Nifty started going down. Sensex went down 800 points and then continued going down on Feb 5 th on Monday and continued falling. After weeks and months of just going one way i.e. up investors are wondering what is causing this sudden downfall. Is there something wrong? It all seemed to have started after presentation of Budget 2018. Was there something in the Budget which caused this? Since the Budget introduced the long-term capital gains tax after nearly 14 years ...

4 easy ways to save more money

Posted on 25 Jan 2018

One of the most important things about us humans is that we tend to not do things if we find them difficult. This unfortunately holds true also in financial planning. Savings is a very difficult proposition agreed! That said it is your own hard-earned money. Then why look at the hardships rather than focusing on the brilliant long-term results that saving money brings. Therefore the keyto saving our money isto ensure that we don t make things difficult for ourselves while doing it. Here are 4 s...

Make National Pension Scheme your gateway to a relaxed retired life

Posted on 11 Jan 2018

Hope you ve started financial planning for securing your retired life. If not the best time to start planning is NOW. Generally all that anyone would strive for after retirement is for a regular flow of income and a tension-free life. Therefore you need to look for investing in a fund savings option that wouldn t be too heavy on your pocket and will deliver more than expected especially after retirement. Is there an option for investors that costs little but delivers more? Yes it is the Nationa...

3 simple steps to financially secure the future of your newborn child this New Year

Posted on 01 Jan 2018

As a new parent this New Year there d be a million dreams in your heart and there d be a lot of things that you d be thinking of. However one of the most important things that you d be thinking of is about how to secure the future of your child. That will be a great beginning to the New Year. Here are 3 simple things that you can do the moment your child is born to secure the future of your child. Can there be a better way to start a New Year than taking big steps towards securing your newborn ...

Be a Santa and gift your Children an equity portfolio

Posted on 21 Dec 2017

Christmas is a time for celebrating and enjoying. Typically Christmas is associated with Santa Clause and gifts from Santa. This is a time of fun and joy especially for children. You probably bring lots of gifts for your children and take them for vacations and outings during Christmas. While you should continue doing that we have a suggestion for you to add a Santa s special financial gift to the list. We are suggesting that you create a new Christmas tradition of giving a financial gift to yo...

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