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|November 29, 2005|
When the fund manager calls it a day
The key lies in striking a balance between the two, i.e. the fund house and the fund manager, and ensuring that the fund manager doesn't take precedence over the fund house.
Index funds: Are you missing out?
Investors have to diversify their mutual fund portfolio in a manner that ensures they are well placed to benefit from most if not all market opportunities.
|November 26, 2005|
Are you eligible for a home loan?
Understanding the calculations involved while computing the home loan eligibility has seldom been easy for individuals
|November 17, 2005|
No-frills accounts? Be careful!
It's good news for customers who are either averse to or not comfortable with maintaining high minimum balances.
ELSS tax benefits: Only partial relief
By offering this benefit to only investments in existing and new close-ended ELSS, the CBDT has done great harm to both investors and floaters of open-ended schemes in particular, and the equity market in general.
|November 11, 2005|
Wanna invest in ELSS? Be careful
The new guidelines for investing in the Equity Linked Savings Schemes, or what is otherwise known as tax-saving funds, have been notified by the government.
Your PC can help you make millions
There are many roads to Rome, is what a stock trader remarked regarding the various stock picking and trading strategies. This one is certainly not the beaten path.
Cash back? Don't miss the details
Cash back is fine, but it makes sense for you to go through the offers carefully.
|November 10, 2005|
Have excess cash? Go for sweep-in
When you earn enough to be able to save something at the end of every month, you would like to invest them in an avenue that gives you the flexibility to access your savings during contingencies
|November 08, 2005|
How to choose an insurance plan
A few guidelines on the various aspects which individuals should look at while assessing an insurance plan.