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|September 30, 2005|
Here's how you can save tax
The new tax regime has got a lot of investors thinking on whether they should realign their 'tax saving' investment portfolio in favour of mutual funds.
Principal Large Cap Fund: How good is it?
Equity funds from Principal Mutual Fund have traditionally been known for their ability to deliver stable returns and performance on the risk-adjusted return front. We believe PLCF will live up to this lineage.
How to get a bigger home loan
Here, we have evaluated how home loan seekers can enhance their eligibility by selecting a higher tenure.
|September 20, 2005|
How to create wealth
Proper planning coupled with sound advice can ensure that wealth creation is well within everyone's reach.
|September 19, 2005|
Markets boom: What should investors do?
With the investment limit in these funds being raised to Rs 100,000 risk-taking investors can and should up their investments in these funds significantly.
|September 12, 2005|
How borrowing from an HFC helps
There are many advantages of buying a house by taking a home loan from a housing finance company
Do's and don'ts for small investors
We present a list of do's and don't which retail investors should keep in mind and adopt to maximise profits and minimise losses (and not be too stressed going about it).
|September 05, 2005|
Great time to invest in short-term debt plans
If you have been steadily putting money into fixed-income mutual fund schemes, you must be pleased with yourself. After a year of poor returns in FY05, income schemes suddenly earned you more in the last six months.
How to plan for your child's future
The first step in the process is to set goals, that is decide on the various events in your child's life which you would like to be prepared for.
|September 01, 2005|
Make money in gold trading. Here's how
If you are looking at buying and holding gold without the hassle of safe-keeping and high costs, you may explore the option of gold trading in demat form.
How to revive lapsed life insurance policy
If the premium is not paid for six months, LIC charges an 8 per cent interest on the premium (which depends on the duration and nature of the policy) for the deferred payment of the policy while the risk cover extends up to six months.