Even though you can’t flaunt it, a gold exchange-traded fund allows you to bask in the metal’s financial aura. Confused about the flood of schemes that claim to insure everything? MONEY TODAY guides you.
Shelter against loss You have built your home and have filled it with the desired possessions. Here’s how to insure them all without spending a fortune.
Preventive Medicine Health is wealth, but poor health need not make you poorer in wealth if you have a smart health insurance plan.
Changing Gears The first dose of freedom is set to change the pricing of policies. For innovations, wait till 1 April 2008 when a free market will truly prevail. When the new offer has the ingredients of a dream job—fat pay cheque, fancy designation—chances are you may overlook the terms and conditions. The Reserve Bank of India has increased the investing abroad limit, but with few tailor made products around, you may have to do it yourself. A never-say-die attitude and an eye for opportunity helps Aggarwal expand his business. 'Market panic is usually a buying opportunity' Edwin Lefevre’s classic, published in 1923, contains all the lessons, told in a racy style, that a first-timer needs before entering the stock market, says Rajshree Kukreti In six budgets, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram has given us more money than what he has taken out through taxes. Here’s what to expect on February 28, and why Prudential ICICI, Bajaj Allianz, Max New York, Tata AIG, Reliance and more are pushing to grow the insurance industry like never before.
Creating a global portfolio Many of us have the false notion that overseas investments are only for high net- worth individuals.
Gold returns The weight of the gold in the jewellery is the only barometer for the value embedded in it. Even the market for gold is riddled with degrees of purity and there is a heavy incidence of lower than claimed purity.
Targeting the masses Just like lower entry cost has driven mobile telephony. Health insurance will have to make basic policies affordable.
Highway to safety Issuing driving licenses for different class of vehicles needs to be revisited. At present there is no grading of driving licenses. The suburban and peripheral locations continue to be the most active office markets in the city. A journey through 146 years of Budget making reveals how they have changed the fortunes of the economy and the people.
Cost of safety What is it that you can't afford to lose and how will that loss impact your finances? Once you know that, you'll know what to cover and for how much. Snapshots of recommendations from investment houses. These research reports give information and opinions on companies and industries.
Steel, power stocks on the rise The least expensive stocks are the ones with least PE ratios and the most wanted stocks are the ones most actively traded in the past 15 days. The difference between the rate at which a bank borrows and the rate at which it lends is the net interest margin. The National Housing Bank (NHB) will help the people to track property rates in major markets. The country’s apex housing bank will launch the NHB RESIDEX. You cannot save income tax by transferring money to your wife even by way of a gift. Know more about taxation. The story of N.Adarsh's passion for radio-controlled flying is also a money spinner. As a child, just like many young boys, he too wanted to be a pilot. It is essential to begin investing at an early age,specially when one has fewer financial responsibilities. MONEY TODAY shows you simple ideas to build big savings. The budget not just directed but dictated the fortunes of the Indian economy and the economy of Indians. Irrespective of what Chidambaram does or doesn’t, Indians are creating assets at an unprecedented pace.
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