Now Indian tax payers have multiple tax saving options available in the market but the most critical part is making the right choice. The very first question come into mind is, which... Read more »

What Is Quantitative Easing?

Quantitative Easing (QE2) is a monetary policy tool used by the central banks to increase the supply of money in an economy when the bank interest rate, discount rate and/or interbank interest... Read more »

What Is UID?

Unique Identification Number (UID), is an identification system where all the citizens of India will be allocated with a unique number which will serve his/her identity for a variety of identification purposes.... Read more »

What Is ISIN Code?

The International Security Identification Number (ISIN), is a 12 Digit alpha-numeric code that uniquely identifies a security across the world. It is designed by the United Nations ISO (International Organization for standardization)... Read more »

How Reverse Mortgage Can Help You Get Monthly Income After Your Retirement?

Reverse Mortgage or lifetime mortgage, is a loan scheme designed for the senior citizens. As the name suggests, it is the reverse process of a normal mortgage scheme. In simple words, it... Read more »

What Is A Demat Account? How To Open A Demat Account In India?

Dematerialized Account, popularly known as Demat Account, is a safe and convenient way of holding securities(equity and debt instruments both). For investing in the country’s stock markets, the very first step is... Read more »

Difference Between Fixed Deposit And Fixed Maturity Plan

New investors always like to play safe. For that they prefer to invest there money in such plans which offers guaranteed returns. This is the prime reason most of the people use... Read more »

What Is The Difference Between Class A And Class B Shares Of Stock?

Companies issues different types of stocks in the Stock Market to raise their capital. Most new investors get confused with these different types of stocks but it is important to understand what... Read more »

What Is Stop Loss?

One important attribute of any trading system is the ability to keep losses small. This is what an investor can achieve with the use of Stop Loss. Setting a stop loss is... Read more »

Difference Between Short Sale And Foreclosure

Taking mortgage to buy a home and then repay the amount to bank or financial institution at regular installment has become a common practice these days. But most of the people cannot... Read more »

What Are Hedge Funds?

A hedge fund is an actively managed private investment fund that aims to meet high targeted returns (absolute returns) on there underlying investment. In simple words, hedge fund are funds managed by... Read more »

OCC A/C And OD A/C : Difference Between Bank OCC A/C And Bank OD A/C

There are several types of bank accounts that banks provides to there different customers to serve there needs. But majority of the customers are not aware which is why most of the... Read more »

What Is Escrow?

The word “Escrow” comes from the French word “escroue” which literally means a piece of paper, which signifies a deed which the third party “holds on to” until a transaction is finalized.... Read more »

Difference Between Money Order & Cashier’s Cheque

Cashier check and money order are physical instruments used to transfer funds from one party to another by personally handing them, sending via postal/courier service and clearing them through bank accounts for... Read more »

Tax Implications On Capital Gains – Short Term & Long Term Capital Gain

Capital Gain Tax (CGT) is a tax charged on Capital gains, an income that is derived from the sale of an asset is known as Capital gain. Capital assets can be in... Read more »