EPF Taxation - 11 Points Government's Clarification The Finance Ministry issued an 11-point clarification on the changes made in the Budget 2016-17 on tax treatment for provident fund and NPS (National Pension Scheme). "There seems to be some amount of lack of understanding about the changes...

1. Expense ratios are the most important costs of investing in mutual funds since they are deducted every year and are unavoidable 2. Investors can easily reduce their expense ratio and increase returns by buying direct plans of mutual funds through providers such as ORO The different...

SIP calculator - Calculate your savings with Direct Mutual Funds SIP investing has become very popular and most SIPs are held for relatively long periods of time like 15-20 years Over these long horizons, the choice between Regular and Direct Plans can really make a massive difference. With...

Invest in Direct Mutual Funds For Higher Returns   All mutual funds have two plans – Regular and Direct. Direct plans give higher returns every year because investors do not have to pay commissions. Despite this, nearly 90% of retail investors invest in Regular plan mainly due...

The National Pension Schemes : 3 Reasons to consider it seriously The National pension scheme is a pension scheme administered by the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) which is open to all Indian citizens between the ages of 18 to 60 on a voluntary...

Atal Pension Yojna - Does it Make a Good Investment? The Finance Minister announced the Atal Pension Yojna (APY) scheme in this year’s budget. The scheme was launched in June and chances are you may have also received communication from your bank informing you about this...

Debt Investment in India- July 2015For an investor with a slightly longer time horizon (greater than 1 year), the fixed income market in India provides an excellent risk adjusted opportunity:1. Strong and Credible RBI: The current regime has shown very strong credentials in fighting inflation....

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