As an Indian staying overseas, if you want to take advantage of the high growth prospects back at home, you can do so by investing in different options available in Indian Financial Markets by following some simple steps. But before we go ahead and understand the various options, procedures and
Mutual funds vs ETFs is a debate going all over the world especially in the United States. In last few years actively managed mutual funds have not been able to outperform passive index funds. This has called into question high fee mutual funds charge. Current mutual fund fee in United
ELSS wiki is a post to put together all the resources at one place regarding ELSS (Equity link saving scheme). This ELSS wiki page will be covering different resources on ELSS as outlined below.
- What is ELSS
- How to invest in ELSS
- Advantages and Benefits of ELSS
- Top Fund houses offering ELSS schemes
- Top ELSS
ETF or Exchange traded funds have evolved as a popular and low-cost way to invest worldwide for investors. Particularly for investors who do not want to track individual stocks but are interested in taking exposure to stock market.
What is an Exchange Traded Fund
Exchange traded fund is a freely marketable
Insurance is derived from french word ensure which means to make something certain or safe. Ensureur in turn is driven from assureur. Insurance as financial products have been developed to provide safety against damage, loss or property or life for individuals, assets, businesses etc.
What is Life Insurance
RGESS is an acronym for Rajiv Gandhi Equity saving scheme. RGESS is a tax saving scheme started by the government of India in 2012. A key aim of the scheme was to provide incentives to first-time investors in capital markets. The scheme as such provides tax incentives for first-time investments
One of frequent question I get from readers is What is ELSS? so let me start with the answer upfront.
“ELSS means Equity linked saving schemes.These are saving or investment schemes which invest majorily is equity assets. ELSS schemes are essentially a diverisfied mutual funds. Popularity
of ELSS schemes stems from
Full form of ELSS is Equity linked saving schemes. ELSS schemes are basically diversified mutual fund schemes which enjoy tax benefits under section 80C of Income tax. They are a great savings instrument to grow your money faster than fixed deposits and PFs.
These schemes are called Equity linked as the
Exchange traded funds though globally very popular have not been very popular in India.Key reasons include their relative underperformance as compared to mutual funds, and unlike lack of distance unlike the US no special tax incentive for investors.General lack of width of good ETFs has also contributed to luke warm growth. With