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7 Money-Saving Tips to Help you Survive these Challenging Times

To say that 2020 has not unfolded as expected is the understatement of the year. The Coronavirus pandemic has brought the whole world to a standstill. Companies and businesses are forced to resort to desperate measures like layoffs and pay cuts to survive the economic blowouts of the pandemic.

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Step-by-step Guide to Investing in the Stock Market in India

Everyone knows that stock market investing is one of the most popular ways to strike rich by building a large corpus over the years. However, what holds back people from investing in stocks is the myth that – it's too complicated.

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How to renew/extend a PPF account on maturity?

PPF (Public Provident fund) is one of the most popular savings schemes in India to build a retirement corpus. It's one of the most tax-efficient savings products available to all citizens.

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Best Loans That Can Give You Great Tax Benefits

A loan from a reputable lender can provide financial solidarity and allow you to remain in a good position. Apart from bailing you out of short-term financial trouble, they can also get you great tax benefits, as long as you manage your finances well.

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How much tax will I pay if I earn Rs. 10 lakhs per annum?

One of the biggest dilemmas facing taxpayers post the Union Budget of 2020 is – "should I switch over to the new tax regime, or should I continue with the existing tax regime availing deductions and exemptions?

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What is the standard deduction for salaried individuals for FY 2019 – 20?

Taxpayers for the FY 2019 – 20 can claim a standard deduction of Rs. 50,000, thereby reducing their taxable income significantly. Here, in this guide, let’s take a detailed look at the standard deduction available to salaried taxpayers while filing their income tax.

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Sector-wise Highlights of the Union Budget of 2020 (FY 2020 – 2021)

The Union Budget for 2020 offers various measures to help our country reach the ambitious target of a $5 trillion-dollar economy by 2022. Nirmala Sitharaman, the Honourable Finance Minister of India, presented the Union Budget for 2020 – 21 on 1st February this year.

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Top Mutual Funds in India

A mutual fund is formed when an asset management company (AMC) pools investments from various individual and institutional investors to purchase securities. AMCs hire fund managers to manage investments from investors.

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Mutual Fund for 1 Year

Mutual Funds can seem complicated or intimidating to a lot of investors. A mutual fund is essentially the money pooled in by a large number of people or investors that is managed by a professional fund manager.

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Types of Mutual Funds

Mutual Funds have been gaining a lot of popularity in the recent past as an effective investment channel. Choosing the right type of fund for your investment needs will depend on your investment goal.

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Mutual Fund Ratio

To many people, Mutual Funds can seem complicated or intimidating. A mutual fund is essentially the money pooled in by a large number of people or investors that is managed by a professional fund manager.

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Best Performing High Risk Mutual Funds for 2020

Mutual funds are one of the most popular investments among investors of all ages. Easy to get started with small investments every month and the potential for high returns, it’s no wonder that mutual funds are emerging as the number one choice for investors.

3 months agoRead More
8 Best Tax-Saving Instruments for Last-Minute Tax Planners for FY 19 – 20

The best time to start planning your tax-saving instruments is at the beginning of a financial year. If you have missed the boat, the next best time is NOW. Yes, with just a few days left for the end of the financial year, you can still make the right investments now to save big on your taxes.

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Mutual Funds vs Stocks: The Risk-Return Tradeoff

Investors looking to invest in equities have two primary options to choose from: mutual funds and stocks. While both these investment instruments look similar, they differ widely in terms of the investment style, returns and risk.

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How to check PPF Account Balance: Online and Offline

PPF (Public Provident Fund) is a government-backed investment scheme available to all Indians. It's one of the most popular ways to build a long-term corpus, and it comes with an investment period of 15 years.

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How to plan for child education expenses

Planning for your child’s future education is not a trivial thing to overlook. You may think you can “cross the bridge when you come to it”, but by that time you may realize that you don’t have enough funds to get your child admitted in his/her dream college.

9 months agoRead More
Kisan Vikas Patra (KVP) - Features and  Benefits

Kisan Vikas Patra (KVP) is a post office saving certificate scheme which was launched in 1988. This saving plan does not have maximum ceiling of investment which makes it a lucrative option for risk-free investors.

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Which is better RD or FD?

Both Fixed Deposit (FD) and Recurring Deposit (RD) are safe investment avenues which are ideal for individuals who look for risk-free returns. Though all the banks offer the same rate of interest on both the investment schemes, many people find themselves in a confused state to make the best choice between the two.

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What Is EPF?

The Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) is a savings scheme introduced under the Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Act, 1952. It is administered and managed by the Central Board of Trustees that consists of representatives from three parties, namely, the government, the employers and the employees.  The Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) assists this board in its activities. EPFO works under the direct jurisdiction of the government and is managed through the Ministry of Labour and Employment.

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Zero Balance Account through Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana

Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana is a scheme that was launched by the Government of India to ensure the financial inclusion of all the Indian citizens who do not have a bank account in India. It was a nationwide scheme that was launched in August 2014. This particular scheme aims to provide access to financial services such as banking, saving accounts, deposits, credit, insurance and pensions in an accessible manner to all Indian citizens.

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Savings Account for Women

There have been several schemes launched in our country to empower women to become self-reliant and independent. You may have noticed that there are special conveniences offered to women such as separate seating arrangements in public transport, special coaches in trains, reservation in jobs, exclusive scholarships, interest rate concession in education loan schemes and special insurance schemes, etc.

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