Monday, March 20, 2017

Financial Management - " Every Woman's Cup of Tea "


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Shikha Bhatnagar - Executive Vice President, private banking, Bajaj Capital.

Are you one of those women, who say "financial management is not my cup of tea" because you don't have the academic financial background or sound knowledge about finance, investment, tax saving, money management, etc.

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Thursday, March 16, 2017

Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP)- If You Wish To Further Grow Your Retirement Corpus


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Mitali Sharma

Mr. Verma has retired and he has his retirement corpus with him. He needs some part of his corpus to meet his lifestyle expenses but he also wants his corpus to grow further. He understands that keeping the money in his saving accounts is not a good option because in that way his money will not grow, rather its value will diminish in adjustment against the inflation.

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Friday, March 17, 2017

Should You Go For Term Insurance, If Yes, What Should be the Policy Duration?


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Mitali Sharma

Planning to take a life insurance to secure your families? What have you chosen 'Term Insurance' or 'Endowment Insurance'? Anyone who is planning to get a life cover must know the difference between the two.

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Friday, March 10, 2017

Tax Planning 2017-18: Be an Early Bird


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Amit Chauhan - Senior Manager - Corporate Communications, Bajaj Capital

Most of the people in India plan their taxes in rush and because of this, they invest in those tax-saving instruments which may not suit their investment portfolios. Generally, the most affected group of last minute tax planning is the salaried class.

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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Why Should Women Have More Financial Knowledge Than Men?


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Shikha Bhatnagar - Executive Vice President, private banking, Bajaj Capital.

Both men and women should have sufficient financial knowledge to effectively participate in the money concerns related to themselves and their families. But, in general, especially in India, it is been observed that women have limited financial knowledge and lower access to formal financial products.

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Friday, February 24, 2017

Equity Mutual Fund: Why It is The Most Tax-Friendly Investment?


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Mitali Sharma

How to save tax? As taxpayers, we all look for ways to save our income from the fangs of taxes as much as we can.

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Monday, February 20, 2017

Investor Trends: Mutual Fund Investment is Growing as the Preferred Choice


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Mitali Sharma

There was a time, not many years back when investors used to remain comfortable with their fixed deposits, and not give much heed to the investment suggestions related to Mutual Funds.

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Saturday, February 11, 2017

Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP): Stream Regular Income From Your Investments


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Mitali Sharma

A lot is being spoken about how to ensure a monthly income post retirement. Have you heard about Systematic Withdrawal Plan in this regards? Not just retirement, at any phase of your life, if you wish to automate regular withdrawals from your mutual fund investments, then Systematic Withdrawal Plan can be your preferable solution because it is tax efficient, offers some independence from market instability and also helps in avoiding market timing.

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Friday, February 10, 2017

Is the Bull Market in Bonds Over?


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Alok Agarwala - Senior VP and Head - Investment Analytics

The Reserve Bank of India, in its 6th bi-monthly policy review (2016-17)on Feb 08-2017, held policy rates unchanged, contrary to market expectations of a 25 bps rate cut. What spooked bond markets was, however, the change in monetary policy stance from “Accommodative” to “Neutral”.

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Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP)- If You Wish To Further Grow Your Retirement Corpus

Thursday,March 16,2017

Mr. Verma has retired and he has his retirement corpus with him. He needs some part of his corpus to meet his lifestyle expenses but he also wants his corpus to grow further. He understands that keeping the money in his saving accounts is not a good option because in that way his money will not grow, rather its value will diminish in adjustment against the inflation.

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