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Personal finance Blog - Best Health Insurance Plans In India For Individuals

Best Health Insurance Plans In India For Individuals

The insurance market in India is today studded with many companies that sell diverse products to suit the consumers need. The same hold true for Health Insurance companies. There are around 47 insurance companies that are currently operating in India and out of those nearly 24 are into general insurance and provide health Insurance products.

Mentioned below are the top three health insurance products for the Indian markets:

Personal Finance Blog - Now You Can Check Your EPF Balance online

Now You Can Check Your EPF Balance online

So this is something that people are going to love…And why not?If you are an EPF account holder now you can avoid the pains of going to the Provident fund office just for the sake of knowing your account balance.

The decision to go online is commendable because all the while employees toiled in the offices, they had no clues about their PF account balance. And like all good news that come with its Janus faced sibling, there is a bad news too.

Personal Finance Blog: Five Golden Rules to Invest in the Stock Market

Rules to Invest in the Stock Market

Investing in stock market is an art that most people have not mastered. Successful investors have found out a trend in the way stocks move and have consequently manipulated their knowledge to make money from the markets.

Personal Finance Blog - Top 50 Companies of India based on Market Capitalization

Top 50  Companies of India based on Market Capitalization

Of the 22 stock exchanges present in India, the Bombay Stock Exchange is the largest. There are over 4,887 companies listed in the Bombay Stock Exchange with a combined market capitalization of over $1.8 trillion.

Does that make you wonder just how many of the listed companies are the best? Well presented below is a list of the top 50 companies listed in the Bombay stock Exchange based on Market Capitalization.

Personal Finance Blog: Five Useful Tips To Use your Credit Cards Smartly

Five Useful Tips To Use your Credit Cards Smartly

It is often told in context of credit cards that “ Credit cards can make or break your financial health.” There is a reason behind this. Banks often charge ultra high interst trate on brrowings through credit cards. Often the interest rates can be as high as 25-50%. Depending on the bank. It is thus hardly a matter of surprise that in a country like US which is known for high density of credit card users, 75% of all bankruptcies are attributed to credit cards only.

Personal Finance Blog - Reverse Mortgage in India

Reverse Mortgage in India

A widely used concept in the west, Reverse Mortgage is still catching up with banks and financial institutions in India. In its nascent stage, the scheme is one of the best for senior citizens who can think of earning good amount out of their housing properties.

What is reverse Mortgage

Personal Finance Blog : Black Money In India : Review

Black Money in India: A Review

A recent press release by the Swiss bank puts India on the top of countries with money lying on its account. India with almost $1500 Billion in Swiss bank stands way ahead of its immediate follower Russia which has stashed $470 Billion in its account. Up next is UK with $390 Billion, Ukraine $100 Billion and China with $96 Billion. It is interesting to note that the total amount accounts for 40% of GDP of India.

Monthly Income Plan - Personal Finance Blog

Monthly Income Plan

Monthly income plans (MIP) are low risk mutual funds which invest in debt securities and deliver regular monthly income to investors. The concept is much more like that of the Fixed deposits where you earn an interest an interest on your capital. The only point of difference is that unlike fixed deposits, you never know how much return you are going to get on your investments.

Why you should invest in a Systematic Investment Plan - Personal Finance Blog

Why you should invest in a Systematic Investment Plan?

Systematic Investment Plans (SIP’s) are a great way to invest your money in the mutual funds. The SIP is actually an investment mode and not an investment avenue, as is misconstrued by many people. This means that SIP is an option through which you can invest in the Mutual funds. When an investor chooses to invest via an

Systematic Investment Plan, he makes investments (usually) in smaller denominations at regular time intervals as opposed to making a single lump sum investment.

All You wanted To Know About Mutual Funds - Personal Finance Blog

All You wanted To Know About Mutual Funds

Mutual funds are nothing but a collection of stocks or bonds that are grouped together and sold as single investment (portfolio of stocks). Putting it plainly, a mutual fund is just the connecting bridge or a financial intermediary that allows a group of investors to pool their money together with a predetermined investment objective. When you invest in a mutual fund, you are buying units or portions of the mutual fund and thus on investing becomes a shareholder or unit holder of the fund.

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