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Preeti Kulkarni spoke to Vaibhav Sankla, a veteran in the tax consultancy space and founder of the Billion Basecamp Family Office.
Post October 1, health insurance premiums have seen sharp increases in some cases. Porting to other insurers or switching to tailor-made policies could help keep a lid on premiums.
Preeti Kulkarni explains how to go about claiming these tax breaks now.
Aside from just following past returns, sometimes investors expect investments to go up and up, in a linear fashion.
Your health insurance policies are set to change. Standardisation of exclusions and definitions will reduce ambiguities and disputes
Swarup Mohanty, CEO of Mirae Asset Global Investments talks about the nomenclature of multi-cap funds.
Vinod Jain of Jain Investment Planners talks to Kayezad E. Adajania of Moneycontrol about the right strategy to adopt in these volatile times
Why is it important to have an independent cover?
how the presence of index funds, exchange-traded funds are making a difference in the Indian mutual funds industry
Harsh Roongta explains the program and whether or not it would be effective.
Groww co-founder and COO talks about how direct investing on online platforms work
Getting a good helping hand to guide you through volatile financial markets is important. Ajit Menon, CEO, PGIM mutual fund tells us how to go looking for one
Simply Save podcast | Common mistakes you must avoid while filing income tax returns
Simply Save podcast | Hikes in health insurance premiums: How policyholders can keep premiums in check
Simply Save podcast | Paid excess tax due to fewer deductions? Make up for it while filing tax returns
Simply Save podcast | Why don’t people make money from their investments?
Simply Save podcast | New-look health insurance policies: Advantage for customers, but premiums could rise
Simply Save podcast | What should you do with your multi-cap fund?
Simply Save podcast | Is this time to book profits in these volatile equity markets?
Simply Save podcast | How much health insurance should you buy?
Simply Save podcast | Understanding the role of passive mutual funds in a portfolio
Simply Save podcast | Will RBI's loan restructuring scheme work for you?
Simply Save podcast | Online platforms and apps offer freedom for direct investors, but doing homework is necessary
Simply Save podcast | How to select a good financial advisor
If you`re young and want to save money but have no clue about investment, then check out this Personal Finance classroom for millennials with Kayezad E. Adajania and Raksha Bihani for financial planning tips & tricks!
Broke every month-end? Zero savings? Don`t know where to invest and how much money to start with? Well then this virtual #personalfinance classroom is everything you and your #millennial tribe needs!
Don`t get fooled by fake websites or phoney phone calls with financial advice. Do a background check before giving anyone your money - There`s a checklist in the video. Keep it close!
First Steps of Investing: Which mutual funds to invest in? How to start and from where? To get an advisor to fill up your application forms or try yourself online?
By now if Kayezad E. Adajania & Raksha Bihani have made saving money fun and easy-breezy for you #millennials, are you ready to make your 1st #investment?
From Captain Marvel to Daenerys Targaryen, we see #women leading the way on reel. You can be Wonder Woman in real life with big moolah in your bank accounts!
You Can Start Investing With Only Rs 500! Watch this Classroom for Millennials
Personal Finance Classroom: A How-to guide for every millennial
Personal Finance Classroom Ep 3: Beware of Fraudsters!
PF Classroom for Millennials: How To Start Investing?
Personal Finance Classroom for Millennials: First Investments
Women and Money - No, it`s not Women`s Day
The move comes as both schemes have so far failed to generate widespread interest from target groups, years into their launch
In this edition of the Explained series, find out how to e-file your return and the mistakes to avoid.
In this edition of Business Insight, Moneycontrol's Shraddha Sharma discusses whether investing in government bonds is a good pension plan.
Watch this edition of 3-Point Analysis to know when a trend reversal is likely for SIPs
Watch this edition of Business Insight to know more about the optional leave travel concession (LTC) cash voucher scheme for central government and PSU employees and find out whether private-sector employees will benefit from the scheme.
To improve demand in the upcoming festive season, the finance minister announced additional leave travel allowance benefits to be used before March 31, 2021. But many clarifications are awaited
The money so received by employees cannot be withdrawn in cash.
In this edition of the Explained series, find out all the details about the new colour-coded health insurance system.
In this edition of Business Insight, Moneycontrol's Shraddha Sharma brings in more details on the changes introduced by the market regulator.
The revised guidelines must be implemented by January 1, 2021
With Dhanteras and Diwali around the corner, the demand for the yellow metal is expected to pick up as buying gold is considered auspicious during the festive season.
In this edition of Business Insight, Moneycontrol's Shraddha Sharma explains the measures taken into consideration by the market regulator to reduce liquidity and redemption-related stress on debt funds.
Centre may put voluntary pension schemes for small traders, unorganised workers under EPFO control: Report
Explained | How to file or revise your income tax return
Business Insight | Is investment in government bonds a good pension plan?
3-Point Analysis | SIP inflows down for 6 consecutive months. Is it time for trend reversal?
Business Insight | LTC cash voucher scheme: What it means for private sector employees
Festive demand booster: Encash your LTC and spend it on goods
FM announces Special Festival Advance of Rs 10,000 for government employees to spur consumer spending, stimulate demand
Explained | What is the new colour-coding system for health policies announced by IRDAI?
Business Insight | SEBI revamps the ‘Risk-o-Meter’ of mutual funds; what changed?
SEBI revamps the risk meter of mutual funds
Business Insight | Is it a safe bet to buy gold this festive season amid volatile prices?
Business Insight | Here's how SEBI plans to reduce liquidity and redemption-related stress on debt MFs
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Posted by : Deep53
For New funds - You can see data from peers, if even that is not available its safe to assume 9% to start and later adjust when data available with the passage of time. For XIRR return - if a fund is generating -=10% then i believe it good See more | 4
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Thanks. I follow the same to double check on returns. I calculate XIRR or CAGR on my own. I tend to get confused if I should use CAGR or XIRR for all SIPs? As SIP date will not be same every month so I calculate XIRR periodically in my exce...  See more | 4
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