- Should you buy a house now or should you wait? Here we attempt to answer many such questions and give you strategies to help you deal with today's uncertain property market.
Jul 26, 2007
Shop and saveTime your monthly purchases at the beginning of the billing cycle and maximise the free credit period.
Betting on consumptionPrasunjit Mukherjee, CEO, Plexus Management evaluates new mutual funds and tells you which ones to choose.
Healthy mid-cap stocks help boost returnsHere we take a look at how mutual funds are performing and which ones you should go for.
Before you buy (or sell)There is more to intelligent house buying than a good price, large size or quality of construction.
Lucknow, gaining momentum with timeLucknow's housing market has gained significant momentum in the last three years. It's the most preferred city to live in Uttar Pradesh. Be it to repair your roof or give your garden a makeover, home improvement loans are an easy answer. Here's how to go about it.
Your worldThis snapshot of the rupee's performance may aid you in making overseas investment decisions.
Pay less for digicamsEMI is a better indicator of affordability than the MRP. We present a new way to compute affordability.
Market bull run: stocks that gained the mostHere we take a look at how different stocks are performing in the market. Here we explain the rationale for choosing each stock in Safe Wealth, the 'safer' of our two portfolios.
ITC, Jet Airways good buying optionsMONEY TODAY scans through dozens of research reports from investment houses every fortnight to present you the six most relevant stock recommendations and a sector analysis.
Power of twoSync your mobile with your PC and enhance the power of both? We tell you why and how.
What is the tax rate on income and profits from mutual funds?The tax on income from mutual funds depends on the kind of mutual fund you invested in.
How's your money doing?We check out five free Net trackers to assess how well they follow your money. The 2007 edition of the Merrill Lynch and Capgemini annual World Wealth Report sheds light on the changing investment patterns of the world’s rich, a club Indians are joining in increasing numbers.
Balancing mind and matterGurpreet Singh, 34, earns handsomely while on a spiritual journey.
Success mechanicsSSKI expects engineering firms to outperform considering the fat order books and massive capex plans.
Ethnicity as enterpriseParmod Nagpal saw the opportunity to rise from a salary of Rs 1,850 a month to own a Rs 54-crore garment business.
How to show extra income from mutual funds?The way the income is treated depends on whether the mutual funds have been retained for over a year or not.
Better late than neverGoutam Bhattacharyya started financial planning late in his career. But he can still build a reasonable portfolio by intelligent investing.
From the Managing EditorEqual to the challenge of monitoring stock market is that of tracking real estate. This is one sector that Indians have flocked to in the largest number, many putting in their life’s savings at stake.
Notional savings certifiedRising interest rates on other options and change in income tax guidelines have pushed NSCs out of the reckoning when it comes to tax planning.
Make the wealth creation party lastThe loss of government jobs is good riddance to an extent. But private organised sector must become a net employer soon. If that happens, the wealth creation party will surely last.