Tuesday , October 24 2017
  • HIGHLIGHTS OF BUDGET FOR FY 2017-18

    HIGHLIGHTS OF BUDGET FOR FY 2017-18 No Cash transaction over INR 3 Lac- As per Budget 2017-18 no cash transaction is permitted for more than INR 3 Lac…

  • e-INSURANCE ACCOUNT (EIA)

    e-INSURANCE ACCOUNT (EIA)- The term EIA stands for Electronic Insurance Account. This account bears all the insurance policy documents in electronic f…

  • THESE 9 REASON CAN LEAD TO CAR INSURANCE CLAIM REJECTION

    Car Insurance is the most common and mandatory type of Insurance product taken by the general public. Any genuine Car Insurance claim will not get rej…

  • COST INFLATION INDEX (CII)

    COST INFLATION INDEX (CII)- Cost Inflation Index (CII) is used to measure the inflation when computing long-term capital gain on sale of Fixed Income …

  • GOING FOR FIXED DEPOSITS (FD) : 10 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD CONVERT FD INTO DEBT MUTUAL FUND

    10 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD CONVERT FIXED DEPOSITS (FD) INTO DEBT MUTUAL FUND 1. No Tax Deducted at Source- Investments are done to secure one’s future …

  • RETIREMENT PLANNING

    Before discussing Retirement Planning one must have a clear understanding of what retirement is. Retirement is old age life when the person has become…

  • Diabetes Insurance

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    There are so many insurance companies in the market that offer insurance to healthy people. But, when it comes to people having diabetes then very few…

  • TAX Free Bonds

     WHAT ARE TAX-FREE BONDS? As the name suggests Tax Free Bonds are those bonds that help you get taxation benefits. Nowadays tax free bonds are quite p…

  • NRI

    NON-RESIDENT INDIAN (NRI) NRI is any person holding Indian Passport but has immigrated to some other country for the duration of 6 months or more for …

  • DERIVATIVES

    Future and Options are part of Derivatives. So, let us first understand derivatives. DERIVATIVES Derivatives are considered as instruments whose value…

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