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Central Government Provides Relief from Rising Fuel Prices

The government finally provided some relief from high fuel prices thanks to an announced cut in excise duty on petrol and diesel. The move will benefit both corporate India and people like you and us who feel the pinch at fuel stations and elsewhere.

Should you Invest in Gold ETFs

Should You Invest in Gold ETFs

Gold ETFs are exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that invest in gold bullion. Gold ETFs are passive investments that track the gold prices in the domestic market. Investing in gold ETFs is an alternative to buying physical gold.

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Budget 2021 – You can no longer ignore investing in equity

If you were sitting out of the market thinking a big correction will come, you would be feeling a sense of regret. The only way to manage investments in equity assets is to focus on asset allocation.

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Budget Highlights 2021- Important Announcements And Key Takeaways

Our Hon’ble Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget 2021-2022 in the Parliament on 1st February 2021 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The budget focuses on reviving the economy that is hit by the coronavirus pandemic. The budget’s...

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All you need to know about RBI’s new auto-debit rule

RBI recently asked all the banks to use two-factor authentication for auto-debit transactions on their credit and debit cards. Let’s understand how it will affect your online transactions going forward.

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Relying on small savings for your retirement? Think again.

The withdrawal of the circular, on small savings scheme interest rates, on March 31 brought a lot of cheer but, we cannot ignore that small savings rates have been falling for nearly two decades now.

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March keeps markets on the edge, rising US Bond yields likely suspect

It was a difficult month for investors as the markets didn’t stick to their highs and fell largely due to rising US bond yields. Rising COVID numbers in India are also a concern though the vaccination drive has started in earnest. The government’s disinvestment agenda seems to have taken off. This is a silver lining, to say the least.

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What NRIs need to know about the recent residency circular by CBDT

For one, the CBDT has refrained from giving any specific exemption in the number of days of stay for the financial year 2020-21