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Gratuity – Important Points to Know About the Gratuity

Legislations in India can be overwhelmingly confusing. Whenever you search on Google, the heavy flow of information from all corners can be frustrating. Amidst this, finding the appropriate information is a mammoth... Read more »
8 Reasons Why You Should Invest In Debt Funds

8 Reasons Why You Should Invest In Debt Funds

Before you make a valuable investment in debt funds, it is important that you know what debt funds are. A debt fund is a pool of investment just like an exchange-traded fund... Read more »

5 Promising Industries to Invest in 2019

To open or start a thriving business, you want a smart idea as well as the courage to act on it. For the first-time industrialist has his or her work cut out... Read more »

Things You Should Know About ULIP’s

Traditional products such as term plans and endowment plans have long ruled the insurance market. With the opening up of the sector, Unit Linked Insurance Plans (ULIPs) have become quite popular. What... Read more »

Investor Tips for Beginners

If you want to begin investing in the Indian financial market, then it is essential for you to gain instrumental knowledge and at least have a fair understanding of the different investment... Read more »

7 Simple Reasons Why You Should Start Saving Right from Today

With credit so easily available, the practice of saving money among people is gradually perishing. If you need something, all you need to do is swipe a plastic card, and then pay... Read more »

How to Save Money When Buying a Car

A vehicle is something that you simply can’t do without, especially in today’s fast-moving world. At the same time, it can be quite difficult to part with so much of your money.... Read more »

Jobs to Consider When Starting a Home Business

There are many people that would love to start their own business these days but often people have no idea where to start. When you work for yourself, you can enjoy a... Read more »

Why Is Portfolio Diversification Important?

Financial Market comprises of a variety of financial instruments and investment vehicles that you can choose from. You need to understand which financial instruments suit your financial goals the best. Your portfolio... Read more »

All about Non-Convertible Debentures (NCDs)

Fixed income instruments have always attracted investors because of regular income generation attached to them and especially when the equity markets are highly volatile. However, most of the fixed income instruments provide... Read more »

9 Steps to Identify the Best Child Saving and Investment Plans in India

“Today’s child is tomorrow’s future.” It is our duty and responsibility as parents to save and invest for our children. But the biggest worry and confusion in every parent’s mind is how... Read more »

3 Unique Ways To Invest Your Money 

Since the brutal 2008 financial crisis, the global economy has become reasonably stable. Those who were hit badly by the crisis won’t soon forget the trauma, but a decade later, people are... Read more »

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Saving Tax and Achieving Goals

In India, most of us perceive tax saving investments only as a way to avail tax deductions on the contributions made, while neglecting their other benefits. Hence, a large number of salaried... Read more »

An investment in simple terms can be defined as the procedure of investing money or asset, to generate appreciation or profits. Investments are majorly made to create wealth. There are broadly three types of investments namely Ownership investments such as stocks, businesses, real estate, precious objects, and collectibles; Lending Investments such as bonds and savings account; Investments in Cash Equivalents such as money market funds. Some common investments that you may have come across include Mutual Funds, Public Provident Funds (PPF), Fixed Deposits, Hedge funds, Exchange Traded Funds, Index funds, Life Insurance, Health Insurance, Auto Insurance, Non-Convertible Debentures, Tax-Free Bonds, National Pension Scheme, and Senior Citizen Savings Scheme. For making any investment, you shall be required to meet eligibility criteria associated with it and adhere to the terms and conditions related to that investment. You can invest in the short term or long-term investments depending upon your requirement.