ORO Weekend Reads: 26 – 31 Dec 2016

Gaurav Chakraborty
Gaurav Chakraborty


As we bid adieu to 2016, welcome to the year-end edition of ORO Weekend Reads. In this week’s list: 2016 explained in graphics,  How do ELSS funds compare with other equity funds and find out your money score for 2016. Plus 25 incredible free sites and services that you should know about.

Begin 2017 with ORO Weekend Reads. Stay informed, Stay invested, Stay prosperous.

ORO Wealth Exclusives

With ELSS funds the focus is always on tax saving but what about pre-tax returns? Orowealth investigates how do ELSS funds compare with other equity funds?

From the News

Pension options saw a flurry of changes in 2016. Check out the changes here. Also read  why you need to  Invest in EPF and NPS both rather than just in one

More encouragement to invest in NPS, NPS outshines MFs and benchmarks in 2016 and Investing in NPS is now completely online via Aadhar

What the Real Estate Act (2016) is about? A short but comprehensive discussion of what to expect.

A good checklist of how to keep you finances in order, What is your money score for 2016?

How you can obtain proofs for the various tax-saving investments/expenditures

Find out how India earns and spends with this LiveMint series based on the ICE 360′ survey

Around the Web

2016 explained  in 129 graphics

Find out if you can retire today with this Retirement Calculator. But also read this more philosophical take on Why financial independence is not the holy grail

The Government’s payment app, BHIM is here. Read more about it. 

And because saving is the beginning of investing, here are 25 incredibly useful free sites and services

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Gaurav Chakraborty
Gaurav Chakraborty

Gaurav is an engineer-turned-digital marketeer. Also a personal finance blogger with experience in financial planning and crowdfunding sector. He is a part of the Marketing team at Orowealth.

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