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Kamya Jaiswal
December 4, 2009
Following the rulebook was the survival route for employees in 2009. Work discipline must now continue to ensure rewards and stability.


www.businesstoday.in
November 4, 2009
Unit-linked insurance plans (Ulips) offer a lot to the careful planner. These plans inculcate savings discipline and provide decent returns, making them ideal investments for a long-term investor. Apart from good returns, you also get life insurance, which accounts for the popularity of these products.


Babar Zaidi
September 24, 2009
Before you rush into a big-ticket purchase, here’s a simple investment strategy to help you find out whether you can really afford it.


R. Sree Ram
August 21, 2009
Ambareesh Baliga, Vice-President, Karvy Stock Broking, talks about how investors should not be swayed by market movements and have clear objectives.


Tanvi Varma/Money Today
August 20, 2009
Read this book if you want to balance your financial and emotional quotients, not if you are looking to double your money in a hurry.


www.businesstoday.in
July 30, 2009
A financial planner might not be a priority for you, but we show how the services of a professional can help improve your portfolio.


Ashu Suyash
June 12, 2009
Investors put in money as markets move upwards, and once the downward trend begins, they take their money out and eventually stop investing altogether. This is exactly the opposite of what they should be doing.


www.businesstoday.in
June 12, 2009
A guide to mutual fund investing that will help you avoid common mistakes and ensure consistent wealth creation.


Kamya Jaiswal
June 1, 2009
Vadodara-based Hitesh Desai has invested in the correct instruments, but he must downsize his goals and increase the investible surplus to consolidate his gains.


R. Sree Ram, Tanvi Varma and Narayan Krishnamurthy
May 1, 2009
Don't lose out to the beast. Here's how you can be a winner by learning a few tricks from short-term investors, technical analysts and day traders.Time to be fearful, not greedy Strong enough to survive How to make money, today All in a day's work


Babar Zaidi and Kamya Jaiswal
April 3, 2009
Many teenagers are notorious for going against the rules and for wanton spending of hard-earned money. Here's how you can inculcate money skills and instil financial discipline at this difficult age.


www.businesstoday.in
April 2, 2009
Those above 35 years, who took exceptional risks and became overexposed to equities, should be ruthless in exiting dud stocks and funds.


Mukul Asher and Narayan Krishnamurthy
March 4, 2009
The new voluntary pension plan is set to open for subscription to all citizens from 1 April. We look at the nuances of this scheme, how it will work and what you should watch out for.


Sameer Bhardwaj
February 17, 2009
Asset allocation funds can churn the corpus across asset classes as per the changing economic conditions.


www.businesstoday.in
February 17, 2009
While a life or health insurance policy is the ideal way for women to reduce liability, it should not be considered the primary reason for buying one.


www.businesstoday.in
February 4, 2009
The Provident Fund is your retirement cushion. Borrowing from it to fund your current expenses and investment goals can do more harm than good. Here are five reasons why you should not dip into your nest egg earlier.


Priya Kapoor
December 25, 2008
Taking a loan to repay another is rarely a good idea—and is worse during recession. But there are ways out of the debt trap if you enforce self-discipline, says Priya Kapoor.


Kamya Jaiswal
November 29, 2008
He tapped rickshaws as platforms for advertising. Today, SammaaN is a Rs 1.25-crore venture that also benefits the rickshaw-pullers.


Narayan Krishnamurthy
October 31, 2008
The policyholders have nothing to worry. While LIC enjoys sovereign guarantee, the private players are governed by strict regulations, says Narayan Krishnamurthy.


www.businesstoday.in
October 3, 2008
A bull run or a bear market means at least a 20% change in the index value. Nobody can accurately predict stock market movements, but they can be explained. Here’s what moves the stock markets.


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