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Investing in India has never been more worthwhile. With its positive demographics and dynamic economy, the country is presently primed to be the largest emerging market in the world. For any prudent investor, now is the time to opt for a wise mix of mutual funds keeping risks in mind.

6 Things to know about ELSS

ELSS or Equity Linked Saving Scheme is a diversified equity fund with a lock-in period of 3 years. Investments in ELSS are eligible for tax deduction under Section 80C of Income Tax Act, 1961. As per Section 80 C, ELSS Investments of up to ₹150,000 in a financial year can be claimed as tax deduction.

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7 best tax saving options available for you

If you want to avail of deductions to reduce your tax burden instead of opting for a flat rate, you need to do some planning before investing in tax-saving instruments. This is because not all of them offer the same kind of benefits, returns, liquidity, etc

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What is an IPO? How can I buy one when I own a demat account?

An Initial Public Offering is when a private company offers shares to the public for the first time. Before filing for an IPO, the company must fulfil certain conditions set by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

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What is Long Term Capital Gain?

Any income that accrues from the sale of a capital asset (like shares, real estate, bonds, commodity etc.) is considered a capital gain, and taxed as either short or long term capital gains (LTCG/STCG) depending on the holding duration. Here’s a break down of LTCG and its tax implications.

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What is Long Term Capital Gain?

Any income that accrues from the sale of a capital asset (like shares, real estate, bonds, commodity etc.) is considered a capital gain, and taxed as either short or long term capital gains (LTCG/STCG) depending on the holding duration. Here’s a break down of LTCG and its tax implications.

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How to trade in commodity?

Commodities refer to essential items that are exchangeable and can be bought and sold. Be it food, metals, energy, or resources – commodities are fundamental for life, and investors can trade them on commodity exchanges similar to shares and bonds for profit.

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