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Ideal Tax Plan for Newlyweds – to be Happy & Wealthy

Ideal Tax Plan for Newlyweds – to be Happy & Wealthy

Marriage heralds a crucial life stage, where life enters a beautiful phase. The finances and risk profile of a family as a unit as well as their lifestyle also undergoes a rapid change and so does  the tax planning. In the previous article, we explained how tax planning helps a young individual in saving tax. Going forward, let’s see how the tax planning scenario changes when the same individual takes a plunge forward in life and gets married. In this article, let’s consider two scenarios for a newly married couple When both are working When wife is not working First case A newly married couple, Mr. & Mrs. Acharya, earns Rs. 7 lakhs and Rs. 5 lakhs p.a., respectively. As they start this new phase, they plan to buy a house rather than spending huge amount of money every month on rent.  Considering their current annual income, their tax liability […]

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Find out how you can make your risk profile work for you!

Find out how you can make your risk profile work for you!

Have you ever wondered why your friends earned money by investing in stocks but u did not, especially since you both invested in the same stocks? This is a thought that bothers many of us, doesn’t it? The answer is very simple – Stock Investing is a game of different strokes for different folks. And this style depends on your risk profile i.e. the amount of risk that you can take on while investing in stocks. One style may work for your friend and help him earn great returns, but the same style may leave you in losses.

Hence, the first and the most critical step while investing in stocks is to know your risk profile and then decide on what kind of stocks you can invest in.

Click here to find out your risk profile and the investing strategy that best suits your profile?

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Market Capitalization in India and how you can use it to invest in stocks.

Market Capitalization in India and how you can use it to invest in stocks.

A company’s Market Capitalization is an indicator of the scale of its business. Most investors are often in a dilemma to choose amongst large-cap, mid-cap and small-cap companies. A few ‘adventurous investors’ love to invest in small-caps to get more bang for their buck; but there are also some ‘practical investors’ who believe that investing in a mix of large-cap and small cap companies is the way to go.

So, what exactly is ”Market Capitalization”? And how does a company’s market capitalization make a difference when you invest in stocks?

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