Why wait until the end of the financial year to make your investments? Instead, start early! You can avoid the last-minute rush, plan your investments wisely, get your returns sooner and save on tax.
Don’t know where to start? We can help. Click on the different boxes to learn more about the different investment options available to you and to make an investment.
Systematic Investment Plans (SIP)
Tax Saving Investments
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What is a Mutual Fund?
A Mutual Fund is an investment scheme that collects money from people and invests it in various assets. The money collected is usually invested in financial securities like shares and money-market instruments like certificate of deposit and bonds. Read more…
What is an SIP?
SIP stands for Systematic Investment Plan. It is a convenient investment method by which an investor can invest a predetermined amount of money in Mutual Funds at regular intervals. Read more…
What is Motor Insurance?
Motor insurance is a safety net that protects the insured from financial losses associated with their vehicle. As part of a motor insurance policy, an insurance company agrees to pay the policyholder a sum assured (as covered under the plan) at the time of an incident. Read more…
Your Health Insurance guide
Health insurance is an awesome way to protect your finances from the heavy expenses associated with medical treatments. But did you know that your insurer could reject your claim and not pay you a paisa based on a mere technicality? Read more…
How to apply for a Personal Loan
Personal loans are a convenient way to get additional funding as they require fewer documents and are processed faster than any other retail loan. Read more…
Your Home Loan guide
A Home Loan is taken to fund the purchase or construction of a house. It can also be used to refinance an already existing Home Loan or simply reimburse the cost of buying a second-hand property. Read more…
Tax saving schemes
There are multiple opportunities to reduce an individual’s tax burden. Make use of the various sections of the Income Tax Act, 1961 – Sections 80C, 80D, 80CCF and others – to benefit from tax deductions and exemptions. Read more…