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Rajshree Kukreti
August 22, 2008
Your salary slip lists out the fixed part of your monthly take-home income. Here’s what you should know about the different components mentioned in the salary slip.


Rajshree Kukreti
August 22, 2008
Many companies are shedding the rigid salary structure and allowing employees to rejig their pay. Learn how to make the most of your income by restructuring your salary efficiently.How to redesign your pay structureHow to get the best of both worlds


Kamya Jaiswal
August 21, 2008
If you are buying a pre-owned house, make sure you inspect it for structural and legal soundness to avoid any nasty surprises later on.


Rohit Saran
August 21, 2008
Some of the most profound lessons in life are also the simplest. This issue's cover story explains one more tenet of financial wisdom-that the composition of your salary can be as important as the amount.


Ashu Suyash
August 7, 2008
Currently, regulation in India does not allow for a wrapper structure, but once in place, insurance firms and fund providers can jointly offer as near a customised product as possible by allowing clients to choose the right mix of risk cover wrapped around funds.


Prasunjit Mukherjee
August 7, 2008
The best thing to do is compare the fund with its stated benchmark. If it underperforms for two consecutive periods, it’s a clear sign to dispose it of. The second indicator to sell is when the fund underperforms its peers.


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June 25, 2008



Narayan Krishnamurthy
May 30, 2008
Commissions are structured in such a way as to promote instances of mis-selling. Here are key incentive rates and some expert opinions.


www.businesstoday.in
May 30, 2008
Here are 20 key questions across four financial products that brokers should be asking you.


www.businesstoday.in
April 16, 2008
It’s a sad fact that when it comes to money and investments, most investors learn from mistakes— their own or someone else’s. Taking the old adage that an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure, RBI has released a concept paper in which it stresses on the need for financial literacy.


www.businesstoday.in
February 18, 2008
It was to be the year of initial public offerings (IPOs) with public issues worth Rs 70,000 crore supposedly lined up for 2008. The year started off with a bang for investors.


Sushmita Choudhury
February 7, 2008
Unable to raise the base fare in the face of increasing competition, airlines are introducing a slew of surcharges that are rarely reflected in the advertised fare.


Mudar Patherya
December 27, 2007
Don't scoff at this metal door fabrication company. Shakti Met-Dor supplies customised doors for use in IT, telecom, pharma and residential applications. And there’s a lot of growth in store.


www.businesstoday.in
December 12, 2007
Long-term gains are taxable at a flat rate of 10%, while short-term gains are added to the income and taxed as per applicable rates.


Mudar Patherya
December 11, 2007
Ignored by the stock markets in 2007, Essel Propack — the largest lamitube manufacturer in the world — has found its way out of the woods. You cannot possibly find a cheaper global play.


Kamya Jaiswal and Babar Zaidi
November 28, 2007
Find out how the perfect portfolio has benefits similar to that of a balanced diet and also what your asset allocation strategy should be like.


Rakesh Rai
November 21, 2007
The secret to a better deal on your house lies in reinvesting. Read on to find out how small but smart investments can get you manifold returns.


www.businesstoday.in
October 25, 2007
Say income tax and you’ll see people shudder. That’s thanks to the incredibly complex and cumbersome tax system that exists in the country.


By Anil Sahgal
October 12, 2007
Ulips, compared with traditional life insurance plans, can provide risk cover across asset classes, providing you with a choice of investments suited to your life-stage requirements and your risk profile.


www.businesstoday.in
October 11, 2007
Conventional wisdom is out. A penny saved is no longer a penny earned. In fact, thanks to inflation, that penny could be worth less in a few years than what it was when you saved it.


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