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Tuesday 24 September 2019
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NBFC Crisis: Yields on NCDs climb to 10-15%

Investors with a risk appetite could consider investing in some of the non-convertible debentures available in the secondary market, as...

The case for long term SIP

An investor needs to remember that treating SIPs as a short-term avenue can be counterproductive. SIP is a method of investing in a...

10 best performing Mutual Funds over the last 5 years

Mutual fund investments work best over the long term because assets need time to grow, and over a longer period of time, volatility in the...

Equity MFs: Five Year SIP Returns

Investors investing money in equity mutual funds through systematic investment plans have earned an average return of 10.26% in the last...

Project Insight: 360 degree tax profiling

From April 1, the Income-Tax department will keep a check on taxpayers’ comprehensive profile, including transactions, relationships,...

Real returns from FDs at 7-year high

With inflation undershooting the monetary policy committee’s target band and persistently high deposit rates, real returns from fixed...

Why do you need a Critical Illness Policy?

  A critical illness policy covers life threatening diseases like cancer, paralysis, heart attack etc. It can be a standalone critical...

NRIs, PIOs, foreign nationals can transfer shares to relatives

In a major move by SEBI, NRIs, PIOs and foreign nationals can easily transfer equity shares to immediate relatives without the need to...

Sections 80C – 80U: Lesser Known Facts

80C: Deductions up to Rs.1,50,000 is allowed in a financial year on the following expenditure or investment made on spouse and/or children:...

The man who pioneered index investing

When Jack Bogle first said he was going to sell index tracker funds back in 1976 he was ridiculed. But the idea was destined to upend the...