- Dec12By Yashish Dahiya
Indian investors are mostly risk-averse. They always prefer to invest in fixed-income instruments such as bonds bank fixed deposits and debt-based funds
- Nov28By Naveen Kukreja
When we think of the advantages of investing in mutual funds, we think of portfolio diversification, high affordability (with minimum investment as low as Rs 500), high liquidity, rupee cost
- Nov10By FC Policy Bureau
In a further clamp down on black money, the government has decided to impose a penalty of 200 per cent of the tax payable in the cases of cash deposits
- Nov09By PTI
Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said deposits of now-defunct old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes in bank accounts will not enjoy immunity from tax and the land
With corporate loan growth remaining tepid, top lenders have entered into a rate war over housing loans to boost their retail business.
On Thursday, the country’s largest mortgage lender,
For India’s dream of taking the baton of global growth from China its savings rate is flashing a warning sign. Gross national savings as a per cent of
Pension fund regulator PFRDA is eyeing 70 lakh Indians working in West Asia, as it makes a major push to expand the subscriber base of New Pension System (NPS) run
- Oct12By PTI
Gold and silver have given better returns to investors so far this year by surging up to 28 per cent, compared to stocks which showed gains of under 8 per
- Sep23By PTI
National Pension System (NPS) subscribers will now have to pay for seeking the services of retirement advisers as pension regulator PFRDA has permitted them to charge a fee ranging between
In a country, where according to the 2011 census, only 12 per cent of the Indian workforce of an approximate 58 million, were covered by various pension plans, the sky is the limit. Obviously, with a large pension coverage gap of 88 per cent, it cannot be any other way.
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