Updated:22 May 2013 03:42:00 PM(IST)
|Mutual Funds are investment options providing advantages of professional management, diversification, liquidity, high returns etc. There are different types of mutual funds in India offering a varied range of investment opportunities (like equity, tax saving, debt etc.) to investors. The Mutual Fund Industry in India functions under the SEBI (Mutual Fund) Regulations 1996. Investment in mutual funds can be done through lump sum payment or Systematic Investment Plan (SIP).
|Insurance is a basic necessity which provides security against loss arising due to happening of an uncertain event. There can be two types of insurance, namely, life insurance and general insurance.
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|It is very important to have an understanding of the stock markets before investing in the stock markets. Learn more about the Stock Markets of India and its history, trading terminologies and frequently used terms, capital gains and taxes, securities transaction tax (STT), bonds etc.
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|Commodities like gold, silver, copper, wheat, maize, crude oil etc. are the underlyings in a contract which can be traded in the open market on Commodity Exchanges. MCX and NCDEX are the two major commodity exhanges in India where trading of such underlyings take place. Read further to know more about the commodity exchanges in India, commodity products traded on the exchanges in India and rules and bye-laws related to commodites trading.
|Bonds refer to debt instruments bearing interest on maturity. Click on the link above to know more about terminologies related to bond instruments and different types of bonds available in the market.|
|Know all about the taxation schemes, frequently asked questions on taxation, tax deductions, exemptions, penalties, service tax, wealth tax, income from salary, income from house property, tax benefits to pensioners, etc.|