Along with Public Provident Fund, life insurance policies and home loans, there are other important tax deductions that you can claim
Public provident fund (PPF) is a lovely debt instrument, personal finance expert, Harsh Roongta of apnapaisa.com said.
Women these days are not just taking decisions about their homes and family, but are also managing finances. Harshvardhan Roongta advises women on how, when and where to invest.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Harsh Roongta of apnapaisa.com explained why repayment of debt is more important for a salaried professional than making fresh investments.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, personal finance expert, Hemant Rustagi of Wiseinvest Advisors shared views on whether one should increase allocation in gold now, maintain status quo or consider other investment options.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, personal finance expert, Sumeet Vaid of Ffreedom Financial Planners discussed about various aspects of National Pension System and Public Provident Fund.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, personal finance expert, Harshvardhan Roongta of Roongta Securities discussed about Life Insurance Corporation of India's new product Jeevan Sugam.
In an interview to CNBC-TV18, certified financial planner Gaurav Mashruwala shared his reading and outlook on guaranteed savings insurance plans and public provident fund (PPF).
Public Provident Fund (PPF) ranks as one of the more popular investment avenues for risk-averse investors, as also for individuals looking at saving taxes. Here are five defining features of the PPF that give you a good idea about how it can add value to your portfolio
Want to invest in Public Provident Fund (PPF) but not sure how it works? Read this space to know 7 important things that you should know about PPF.
It is again that time of the year when taxpayers invest in tax saving instruments to save their tax. Investors especially who are risk averse in nature bend towards Fixed Income instruments. Read this space to know various tax saving options under Fixed Income space that will not only help you to save taxes but also yield attractive returns.
Answering queries in an interview to CNBC-TV18, Gaurav Mashruwala, Certified Financial Planner is guiding on how to plan a retirement.
The saving needs of each and every individual are unique. Most individuals do not make wise decisions in terms of investments as they will often invest in certain products without fully evaluating the product features and their own financial needs.
Do invest in Postal Office Instruments like National Savings Certificate VIII issue, National Savings Certificates IX issue, Post Office Time Deposit Receipts, as well as in Senior Citizen Savings Scheme specially keeping in view the aspects connected with tax deduction under section 80C and also the rise in the interest rates.
Public Provident Fund or PPF is a small cum tax saving scheme which aims at savings for the retirement. Get clear understanding of the most popular saving instrument in India and make the most of it. Read this space to know important things you need to know about PPF.
Public Provident Fund has remained the most popular saving instrument in India and almost every individual in the country has a PPF account. But do you really have total PPF knowledge? Read this space to know the important facts about your PPF account.
When we talk about retirement, the few options that come to mind are PPF, NSC, FD etc. However, the pension funds offered by mutual fund houses rarely get a mention. Financial expert Renu Pothen put a light on the various Pension plans offered by MF houses that can make as a good option for investors who are looking to plan their golden years
Before investing in Small Savings Schemes it is very important to understand the recent changes brought in these instruments. Read this space to know how you can benefit from them.
The government today raised interest rates on post office-operated small savings like Monthly Income Scheme (MIS) and Public Provident Fund (PPF) by up to 0.5%, making them more attractive to investors.
India will raise interest rates on small savings schemes and public provident fund with effect from April 1, a government statement said on Monday.
Investors are moving towards debt instruments led by poor performance of equity market and lucrative returns offered by debt. Driven by current market situation, FDs has gained popularity in recent times. However what most investors neglect is the taxation aspect attached to it. Read this space to know how taxation can affects your FD returns
Many people take haphazard decision while planning Year End Taxes. In the wake of savings few bucks in taxes we tend to loose more by investing in wrong investment instrument. To help us plan our taxes better, financial advisor Jitendra P.S.Solanki shares few tips with us.
It is now possible to do both tax planning and long term financial planning together. An analysis by CRISIL suggests that if one is willing to take some risks, Equity Linked Savings Schemes (ELSS) offered by mutual funds provides an opportunity to generate attractive long term returns.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) clarified interest rates on investments in all small saving schemes except public provident fund, on a particular date, remains unchanged till maturity.
Do you find yourself in a situation where there are just a bunch of days ahead for the deadline of submission of tax documents? Here is a quick guide to help you sort out your finances last minute!