National Savings Certificates
Chat transcripts from Harsh Roongta CEO, Apnaloan.com Ouestion guest: I plan to invest INR 5 Lacks for a long term (10 years). Kindly suggest which is a safer option: 1. National Saving Certificates 2. Fixed deposit from a Nationalised bank (IDBI) Considering that banks only insure upto 1 lakh
5.35 PM Nov 26th
or instruments available for the investors like equity, bullion, real estate etc with each having their own levels of risk and variability in returns. There are other government instruments available like national savings certificate, recurring deposits or time deposits which are safer in nature with no risk
12.12 PM Jun 5th
The finance ministry has lowered interest rates on Public Provident Fund (PPF), five-year and 10-year National Savings Certificates (NSC) by 0.1 percent each, with effect from April 1. Interest rate on PPF has been cut to 8.6 percent from 8.7 percent, five-year NSC to 8.5 percent from 8.6 percent
3.18 PM Mar 25th
Harshvardhan Roongta, Roongta Securities says demat account is not necessarily only if one is holding equities but it can also be used to hold mututal fund units, bonds, debentures, nationals savings certificate and soon insurance policies also be included.
4.11 PM Mar 7th
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - New Delhi, Aug. 26: Investments in five-year National Saving Certificates (NSC) may continue to give you tax benefits even after the Direct Taxes Code (DTC) comes into effect. The Government aims to introduce the DTC system, which will replace the decades-old Income
10.05 AM Aug 27th 2012
years time frame like putting your money in FD in Bank or National Saving Certificate in post office. Do you see your FD certificate everyday ?. You have to have patience and if you don`t have then it is better to exit not only from RKDL but from stock market....StockChamp01
3.32 PM Jun 19th 2012
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