Most people talk about ELSS and Mutual Funds interchangeably. Though ELSS is a type of Mutual Fund, the two are mutually exclusive. The following conversation will help you understand the differences between the two.
We have been arguing for a while about whether men are better or women. While this never-ending debate continues, we thought of analysing how women invest differently than men. The results were interesting!
NRIs are free to put their money into most kinds of investment options that are open to residents of India too. However, individuals of Indian origin cannot invest in agricultural shares and markets. Let’s look at the various investment options in India for NRIs.
If you’ve finally decided to invest, congratulations! Great move! Now you need to get all your investment basics right to avoid making mistakes that’d make you repent later!
So, your munchkin is on the way and you are super excited. You are aware that expenses will rise with the baby around, but are you sufficiently prepared? Here are some financial tips for first-time parents.
Each time you try to pay off your Credit Card debt, you end up swiping your card again, thus, ending up with more debt than before? Read these tips carefully and implement them (without cheating), to get out of your Credit Card debt. It can be a little difficult in the beginning, but it’s all for your own good.
An Increase in your credit limit reduces the credit utilisation ratio of your Credit Card, which is a good thing. But it also increases the security risk in case of theft or fraud. Weigh the pros and cons before increasing the credit limit.
Non-Convertible Debentures or NCDs, have been popular among risk averse investors. But they might actually be risky. Read on to find out all about them.
Did you know that you can generate an electronic verification code (EVC) for e-verification of your Income Tax return (ITR) by visiting your bank ATM? Read on to know all about it.
There are six things the Lord of Personal Finance hates, seven that are detestable: procrastination, greed, impulsiveness, disorganisation, gullibility, cowardice, imprudence. If you’re a sinner, here’s how to seek redemption.