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|March 29, 2006|
Senior Citizens' Savings Scheme altered
Depositors have been permitted to transfer their Senior Citizen Savings account from one bank/post office to another, even if there is no change in residence.
Planning to retire? Buy mutual funds
Mutual funds and retirement planning have enough points in common to make them perfect for each other.
All about Sundaram Rural India Fund
The primary investment objective of the scheme is to generate consistent long-term returns by investing predominantly in equity & equity related instruments of "companies that are focusing on Rural India".
|March 28, 2006|
Retiring? Look beyond EPF, PPF
Investors must explore alternate avenues like mutual funds and pension plans for building a retirement corpus.
|March 27, 2006|
Fixed maturity plans rule the roost
With bond yields on a surge, asset management companies are taking this opportunity to launch FMP (fixed maturity plans) with very attractive yiel
How to plan for a wealthy retirement
Here's a case study to understand how you can start planning for your retirement. But for your own personalised retirement plan, you will need a financial planner.
Buying ULIPs? Read this first
Individuals therefore need to bear in mind that a ULIP needs to be evaluated on various parameters before zeroing in on a particular life insurance company.
|March 25, 2006|
What are NFOs? Should you invest in them?
Investors must put more emphasis on the fund house's investment style, the processes it follows and performance of like-natured schemes, before making an investment decision.
|March 24, 2006|
All about Templeton India Equity Income Fund
Powered by its investment style and a unique diversification edge, the fund can add value to the investor's portfolio.
Mutual funds are your best bet!
Despite being in the midst of a seemingly endless rally, mutual funds can offer investors many advantages and continue to be the retail investor's best bet.
Stocks can help you retire at ease!
Adequate and careful investing in stocks is one way to achieve the goal of happy and comfortable retired life, although it comes with some extra risk.
|March 20, 2006|
How to lose money in IPOs
As many as seven IPOs flip-flopped on the day of listing, and the other 11 lost ground in the course of time.
|March 16, 2006|
What NRIs should invest in
NRIs should work at building a portfolio that includes both open-ended Indian equity funds as well as MSIIF.
|March 06, 2006|
UTI-Contra Fund launched
UTI Mutual Fund on Monday announced the launch of a new scheme, UTI-Contra Fund, which aims at providing long-term capital appreciation/dividend distribution through investments in listed equities and equity-related instruments.
How best to invest your money
Mutual funds continue to be the best place to park your money for the short, medium and long term, considering the benefits of diversifications and tax-efficiency.