Category Archives: Debt Instruments

Debt instruments like bonds, G-secs, notes, mortgages, leases, etc

Short-Term Investment? Here Are Your Best Options!

Thinking where to park your cash to meet your short-term needs? Forget about your Savings Account and check out these four awesome alternatives.

Is SIP In Debt Fund A Good Idea?

There are certain factors you must consider while deciding on whether you can invest in debt funds via SIP. Read on to know more.

Why You Should Re-evaluate Your Debt Fund Strategy

It is wise to keep a few points in mind as you examine your holdings in light of the ongoing financial environment.

Getting Your EPF E-Passbook Is Now Easy! Here’s How To Go About It

Checking your EPF balance is just a matter of clicks now. Here’s how you can access your EPF e-passbook via the EPFO portal.

How To Switch From Fixed Deposits To Debt Mutual Funds

The debt Mutual Fund, although risky, has the potential to give you a better return in the long term along with tax benefits. Here are a few points that you should keep in mind while switching your investment from FDs to debt fund.

Is Liquid Fund A Safe Alternative To Savings Account?

Liquid funds can help you earn better interest rates than saving bank accounts without compromising much on cash withdrawal time. Read on to know more about its features.

How To Maintain A Proper Asset Allocation Between Debt And Equity

Proper asset allocation between debt and equity will help you adequately invest for your various financial goals in a time period appropriate to your needs.

Why Debt Funds Are A Good Investment For Beginners

Investing early is always rewarding. We are often advised to start saving and investing as soon as we begin our careers. Read on to find out why investing in Debt Funds could be a great start for rookie investors.

Should You Consider Other Investment Options If PPF Rates Fall Further?

No other debt instruments are as tax efficient, secure and attractive on return prospects in comparison to PPF. Let us take a look at other investment options if PPF rates fall further.