ORO Weekend Reads: 6 – 11 Feb 2017

Gaurav Chakraborty
Gaurav Chakraborty

This week in ORO Weekend Reads: A handy infographic on the 7 types of equity mutual funds in India. Plus are you aware of these 7 things in your payslip and all you need to know about Central KYC.

Staying on top of your personal finances was never this easy. So sit back and enjoy reading.


ORO Wealth Exclusives

This infographic is an easy way to find out about the 7 different types of equity mutual funds in India

For a more detailed discussion, read the first part of our 4-part article series on the 20 types of mutual funds in India and should you invest in them


From the News

RBI leaves rates unchanged. What does the RBI decision mean for investors and borrowers?

Understand the 7 key points in your payslip for effective money management with this handy article

The focus is usually on returns, however risk is equally important. Read 3 things to keep in mind about fund volatility for a  good discussion

Use this Simple yet Powerful Mutual Fund Pre-investment checklist if you are a DIY investor or better still come to ORO!

Around the Web

Central KYC becomes the norm after Feb 1. Here is All that you need to know about Central KYC, cKYC or One KYC

Check out where India figures in this list of  The countries most and least optimistic about 2017

Less can be more when it comes to Health Insurance. Here are  2 Health Insurance Plan features that you should avoid.

Are you making use of these 12 ways to lower taxes on your salary

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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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