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Monday, October 31, 2011

How to Invest in DSP BlackRock Mutual Funds Online?

 

Benefits of Investing Online:

 

·                           You can purchase, redeem and order any transactions online.

·                           There is no need for you to contact the broker or any intermediate person for the transaction.

·                           You can view all the portfolio details of your folios online.

·                           You can generate Account Statements; view the past transactions and any other details.

·                           You can update your personal details online.

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How to Invest?

 

As a first time investor, you have to understand the procedures and initial steps to invest online in DSP Blackrock Mutual Fund. Guidelines for investing are available in:

Invest Online -

https://dspbronline.com/iol_login.aspx?distcode=ARN-74461

https://dspbronline.com/iol_purchaserequestwop.aspx?distcode=ARN-74461

 

Refer below for more info…….

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FAQ - http://www.dspblackrock.com/mfonline/faq_getting_started.asp

Banks List – http://www.dspblackrock.com/mfonline/banklist.asp

 

Getting Insured at young age Saves a lot of money



How many of you have received a call from an insurance company or an agent trying to sell you a policy? I am sure that every professional in their 20s or early 30s would have received such a call. But have you ever stopped and thought whether you have adequate insurance cover, especially if you are a young working professional with financial liabilities? In most cases, I would assume the answer is a big 'No'. Insurance in the early years of professional life may sound a waste of money when other lifestyle and personal expenses take priority.

Young professionals today, anywhere in their 20s or early 30s, are financially independent. Many manage their own finances and investments like paying off education loans, buying own cars and investing in property – mostly first homes. The last decade has also seen a major shift in the lifestyle of young professionals with more working hours, higher stress levels and an alarming rise of related lifestyle diseases like diabetes, obesity and cholesterol. In such a scenario, insuring oneself becomes as essential as other expenses.


Additionally, many of these young people provide financial support to their families, either partially or totally. In such a scenario, life insurance as well as health insurance is absolutely critical so that in case of any unfortunate event like an accident or a sudden demise, the family doesn't go through a financial trauma as well. Even if one is not contributing towards family income, a health cover or a rider is a must so that in time of need, the cost of treatment is covered and the family doesn't face a financial setback.


There are various insurance options young professionals can choose from, depending on their needs. From retirement, health to pure protection — there is an insurance cover for all of these. It is advisable to invest earlier than later in insurance products – for example, if you are investing for retirement, the earlier you begin investing, larger the corpus would be on maturity. Term insurance is pure insurance and is very cost-effective. A term plan, coupled with an additional health rider, can give you a 360-degree protection in any exigency. Many insurance companies have also launched online term insurance products that are cheaper and easier to buy. You can log on to any comparator site like policybazaar.com or apnainsurance.com and compare the rates of term plans offered by all the insurance companies.


Another reason why some of you do not buy insurance earlier in life is because your company (in most cases) covers you under a group life and health plan. The key thing to remember is that the group cover may not be sufficient in your case or aligned to your income. Secondly, when one is young and healthy, you are a better risk; hence, insurance companies can offer you a life cover at lower rates. If you apply for a personal life insurance later in life, your application may be rejected or you may end up paying higher premiums depending on your medical history.


Investing early in insurance will also help you save tax and instil in you the habit of saving and financial discipline that ensures peace of mind in the long run. So, if you are a young professional and have not insured yourself yet, the next time you come across any material on insurance or a call from an insurance company, hopefully you will give it a serious thought.

 

Getting the most out of exchange traded funds (ETFs)

 

WORLDWIDE Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are gaining in popularity and their numbers as well as assets under management have risen significantly in recent years.

The situation in India is a bit different as these funds have failed to make the kind of impression amongst investors that was expected. There is a need to look at the offerings available in this space in terms of its actual benefits to consider the type of investment possible in this area. Here is a look at this category of funds from this perspective.

Nature: The nature of ETFs is such that they are mutual funds but they also have the features of a stock. These features refer to it being listed on the stock exchanges so being available for trade at various points of time during the day and at various prices instead of a single price dependent upon the net asset value at the end of the day like a normal mutual fund.

These funds are mostly in the nature of an index fund or they follow the price of an asset so there is no active management involved in the management of these funds.

There will not be any outperformance that can be talked about but this is able to provide a varied choice for the investors.

In India out of the ETFs present nearly one third of them are gold funds while the others are based on various indices and hence there is also quite a bit of choice that is available for the investor.

Specific niche: There are a lot of new ETF that are being planned by various fund houses but the existing ETF except gold ones have not found great interest among investors.

This could be on account of the fact that many investors are not very clear as to what are the benefits these funds actually provide. The manner in which one should look at these funds is that they are an option in front of the investor to ensure access to a specific area.

Thus, for example, an investor might be able to buy bank stocks and they might even buy a banking fund where they will depend upon the fund manager to ensure that the portfolio is such that they are able to gain from the investment.

However, might not have access to an investment that will give them exposure to a banking index. This is what the ETF will seek to do and hence there will be a different kind of exposure that will be possible for the investor.

Specific part of portfolio: The whole idea when looking at such funds for the investor is that they are able to fill in the various gaps that exist in their portfolio. There might be different kinds of exposure that is already built up from existing holdings and there would be the need for something more to meet specific individual requirements. However, this might not be readily available or it could be very costly to create that kind of exposure in the portfolio and in such a situation they can use the ETF to get the varied exposure that they require.

ETFs can be used by small investors to broaden their portfolio so it has use for this kind of segment and at the same time even existing investors who have a large portfolio with them will be able to benefit from this position. This is a low cost instrument because costs here will be lower than an actively managed fund.

This can be used as a sophisticated tool to ensure that there is a specific kind of flavour given to the portfolio that might not have been possible otherwise. The increasing choice in front of the investor will be a beneficial factor and help in increasing the choice for selection.

 

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How you can ensure all tax collected on your behalf has been deposited?


   With just two weeks left to file the income tax returns, many taxpayers are busy making their final calculations, visiting their tax consultant and filling up the returns form. Before filing the tax forms, you need to deposit the balance tax due and interest, if any. This amount is based on your tax liability for the year, after taking into account advance tax paid and tax deducted at source.


   Of late, the scope of tax deduction at source has been increased and includes salary, rent, interest, professional services etc. So, while preparing the tax returns and calculating the tax liability, you should take into account the tax amount already deducted on your behalf. Now, an easy way to do this is to refer to the 26AS statement. This statement is accessible on the NSDL site and is also available online on the websites of many banks.


   According to a recent advice issued by the Income Tax Department, taxpayers should review their 26AS statements to check whether all the TDS deducted is appearing against their accounts or not. This would facilitate faster processing of refunds, if any.

Tax credit statement    

The Income Tax Department facilitates a PAN holder to view its tax credit statement (Form 26AS) online. Form 26AS contains details of tax deducted on behalf of a taxpayer by deductors, details of tax collected on behalf of a taxpayer by collectors, and advance tax, self-assessment tax, regular assessment tax etc deposited by a taxpayers.


   It also has details of refunds received during a financial year and details of high-value transactions involving shares, mutual funds etc.
   A Form 26AS is generated wherever a valid PAN is furnished in a TDS statement.

Accessing Form 26AS    

The tax credit statement (Form 26AS) can be accessed in these ways:

IT website    

You can view your tax credit an https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in, and those who are registered on this site can view the Form 26AS by clicking on 'View Tax Credit Statement (From 26AS)' in 'My Account'. The facility is available free of cost.

Bank website    

You can view it on a bank's website through the Internet banking facility. The facility is available to a PAN holder with an Internet banking account with any authorised bank. Form 26AS will be available only if the PAN is mapped to that particular account. The facility is available for free of cost.

TIN website    

This facility is available to a PAN holder whose PAN is registered with the Tax Information Network to view of Form 26AS. The PAN holder has to fill up an online registration form for the purpose. Then, verification of the PAN holder's identity is done by the TIN facilitation centre personnel either at the PAN holder's address or at the TIN facilitation centre that has been chosen by the PAN holder. The verification involves a cost at the prescribed rate. Once authorised, the PAN holder can view his tax credit statement online here.

Credit confirms tax deducted



The credits in the tax statement confirm that:

The tax deducted by the deductor or collector has been deposited with the government The deductor or collector has filed the TDS/TCS statement accurately giving details of the tax deducted or collected on your behalf The bank has furnished the details of tax deposited by you accurately

TIN system

Every entity that has deducted or collected tax at source is required to deposit the tax with the government through a bank. A bank will upload this payment-related information in the TIN central system. The deductors are also required to file a quarterly statement with the TIN giving details of their TDS/TCS.


   The TIN central system will match the tax paymentrelated information in the statement with the tax receipt information from the bank. If they match, the TIN will create a comprehensive ledger for each PAN holder giving details of the tax deducted or collected on the basis of every deductor who has filed a statement.


   In future, you will be able to use this consolidated tax statement (Form 26AS) as a proof of tax deducted or collected on your behalf, and the tax directly paid by you along with your income tax returns, after the need for submission of TDS/TCS certificates and tax payment challans along with income tax returns has been dispensed with by the Income Tax Department.

 

What are the Cost involved in Mutual Funds?

The two main costs incurred are:

1) Expense Ratio: Annual expenses involved in running the mutual fund include administrative costs, management salary, overheads etc. Expense Ratio is the percentage of assets that go towards these expenses. Every time the fund manager churns his portfolio, he pays a brokerage fee, which is ultimately borne by investors in the form of an Expense Ratio. Therefore, higher churning not only leads to higher risk but also higher cost for the investor.

 

2) Exit Load: Due to SEBI's recent ban on entry loads, investors now have only exit loads to worry about. An exit load is charged to investors when they sell units of a mutual fund within a particular tenure; most funds charge if the units are sold before a year. As exit load is a fraction of the NAV, it eats into your investment.

 

Try investing in a fund with a low expense ratio and stay invested in them for longer duration.

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The real relation between Credit card and Credit score

Currently there is an increasing awareness about the importance of a credit score and the impact it has on any loan who wish to opt for in future! If you are one of those individuals who plan to take a home loan a few years down the line and do not have a credit score at all, then it is time to thought of  starting a credit score record, which will benefit you in the long run.

What does a score look like and what is a good score?

A credit score is generally a three digit number within the range of 300 and 900. Higher the score the better it is. This score will reflect information from several lenders and across various loans.

What information does a credit report contain?

Apart from containing all personal identification information the credit report records your repayment history if any in the case of a loan or a credit card.

Your credit card can be the single most important factor in improving and increasing your credit score. On the other hand it can also plummet your score to dark depths if you are not careful. Think smart and use your credit cards to your advantage. Here is some pointers on what to do and what not to do in order to achieve this reality.

No debts so far. Opting for a brand new credit card for the first time

This makes sense for your credit score. Making use of a credit card judiciously will help you improve your credit score. Just make sure you open your credit card with a respected and popular brand name.

Low credit limit

Keep a tab on the credit limit of your credit card. Open a credit card account with a company that will provide you with the highest credit limit possible. High credit limits, even if they are not used will add merit to your credit score and improve it.

Choosing the ideal credit card to close

The number of years you hold a credit card account has an impact on your credit scores. Hence, let your oldest credit card be, if you must close a card opt for the most recent cards and close them one at a time, maybe once a month over a period of time.

Bargain for a lower interest rate

If you have never defaulted on a payment for a few years, make use of your good repayment track record and speak to the bank officials for a better bargain. Request them to lower your interest rate citing the good track record you hold with them. Keep following up with your bank from time to time and you may just get your wish!

Request for an increase in credit limit

You may have purchased your most recent card because of the higher credit limit. If at a later date you wish to close some of your cards and you know it makes better sense to close the most recent card, you have a dilemma. The most recent card has the highest credit limit. The oldest card has the lowest credit limit. What do you do? In such instances, if you have a good repayment track record, approach the bank and negotiate for a higher credit limit especially since you have been their customer for quite a few years. Most banks will oblige and you can then proceed to close the most recent card if you absolutely must do so.

Keep a self imposed credit limit, which is much lower than the actual credit limit

Never exceeding 40% of your credit limit has a very beneficial effect on your credit score. This shows your credit limit is high but you have not burnt it up and have plenty in reserve. This logic helps you attain a much higher credit score. This is the same logic that suggests you should not close any credit card accounts, as they collectively will provide you a high credit limit, which is good for the score.

Paying off credit card dues quickly will dramatically improve your credit score

Try not to encourage too much credit card debt. Be wise and pay the dues quickly and keep rotating your cards. Paying off dues will cause a spike in your credit score, which is highly favourable.

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Invest in DSP BlackRock Mutual Funds Online

 

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Invest in Birla Sunlife Mutual Funds Online

 

Invest in IDFC Mutual Funds Online

 

Invest in UTI Mutual Funds Online

  

Invest in SBI Mutual Funds Online

 

Invest in L&T Mutual Funds Online

 

Invest in Edelweiss Mutual Funds Online

 

 

 

 

 

2 New FMPs from SBI Mutual Fund

SBI Mutual Fund has announced the launch of new fund offers (NFOs) of SBI Debt Fund Series 367 Days –9 & SBI Debt Fund Series 90 Days–51. Both the schemes will be open for subscription on November 1 and November 2 for series 9 and Series 51, respectively.

The minimum investment amount will be Rs. 5000 and in multiples of Rs. 10 for both the schemes. The schemes will have growth as well as dividend option.
They will be listed on Bombay Stock Exchange
 

How to Invest Online in Birla Sunlife Mutual Fund?

We are happy to introduce the online investment facility in Birla Sunlife Mutual Fund. This would help you to invest your funds through "Click of a Mouse". The Step by Step demo for investing online is available to guide you to invest Online. You can click the URL for viewing the following Demo.

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Step 1:

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Step 2:

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You can start investing online by clicking the following link. Once you start investing online, it would save you a lot of time and would help you to simplify your tasks.

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SB account not simple anymore

Deregulation of savings account rate would result in new types of accounts with different features and varying interest rates 

   The talk of deregulation of interest rates on saving bank accounts is creating a buzz among bank customers. Obviously, since almost everyone has a savings bank account with a sizeable amount of money lying idle in it. Sure, the Reserve Bank of India's recent increase of rates on savings account to 4% from 3.5% is pumping up imagination of depositors who believe that they stand to gain the most when the banking regulator deregulates the savings account rate. However, according to banking officials, it need not be the case. True, most bankers don't think the time has not come to resort to deregulation of rates. However, even those who are ready to go along believe that it would lead to more product innovation in the industry.


   It is a significant move. Currently, the savings and current account rates are the only two deposit rates regulated by the banking regulator. Before the recent increase of saving account rates by RBI from 3.5% to 4% the rates had remained unchanged since March 2003. However, deregulation of rates won't necessarily lead to a significant increase in savings account rate immediately. What will happen is that the banks will start introducing different types to accounts to customers. Also, you can't rule out the fact that the rates can also go down when there is a decline in rates in the money market.
   

A significant move

According to investment experts, deregulation would be make huge change in the way people use their savings bank account. Currently, savings accounts for roughly 13% of Household Financial assets in India. However, in the past 10 years these deposits have yielded considerably lower rate of return than the prevailing inflation rate. This has resulted in erosion of value of the household wealth in these deposits. For example, take a look at the current scenario. With the inflation rate at 9.4%, the 'real' savings rate is negative 5.4% at the moment. And it means the worth of the money is getting eroded every year.


   Sure, it is not going to pinch every depositor so severely. For example, those who are using their savings banks accounts mainly to meet their monthly expenses and transactions wont feel much of a difference. This would applicable to a large number of account holders in large cities. However, those who keep large amount of money in savings bank and rural and semi-urban households which use their savings account to keep their entire savings, it certainly leads to an erosion of real worth over a period of time.
   

The likely scenario

If we were to go by what had unfolded in countries where the rates were deregulated, banks are likely to roll out a large variety of savings account with different parameters and interest rates. It has also been observed that the rates were generally higher than the prevailing rate. On their part, customers have started actively managing their savings and started moving their savings from their existing accounts to others offering higher rates of interest.


   Coming to our country, the banks are unlikely to raise rates across the board. They may continue the typical savings account the offer now, complete with unlimited number of withdrawals, free cheque book, branch, phone, and internet banking access and so on. However, these accounts are likely to offer lower rate of interest as banks have to recover the cost of offering all the free services.


   However, they would also offer savings account which may fetch higher interests. However, these accounts are likely to have many restrictions. For example, the bank can impose restrictions on withdrawals, either through number of transactions, access to branches or transaction amounts. The bank may also insist that one should keep a higher minimum balance in these accounts. However, all these restrictions would be rewarded by higher market-related interest rates.


   According to an expert, a typical example of such type of account is the 'online only' accounts currently offered in countries like the US, UK and Australia. These accounts generally have the highest interest rates. In fact, the rates are almost close to FDs. Also, they generally do not offer cheque books. There are also restricted access to branches and the number of free withdrawals the customer can make. It is expected that these accounts will compete with savings that are currently being parked in fixed deposits and short-term Liquid Funds.
   

Taking a final call

As you can see, deregulation –when it happens – would result in better rates and increasing number of complex products due to the likely product innovation in the banking industry. Customers should also be prepared to see the rates going down in future. "In a rising rate regime like the current one, a deregulated savings interest rate will provide customers the opportunity to earn a higher than they currently earn on their savings accounts.


However, it is also equally true that deregulation can also have the reverse effect. That is, when interest rates start going down, the savings account rates will also would start to move down much faster than when it were regulated.


   Against this backdrop, it is extremely important for customers to understand what deregulation means to them and what they may need to do to benefit from it. If you want to earn more, you should select the best account that would suit your needs. This is because after deregulation there would be typically two types of account: one that offers higher rates but with some restrictions and another with lower interest rate but with lot of free facilities. It is entirely up to the individual to figure out how to manage his liquid savings to maximise the returns. Choosing the wrong account can often result lower returns as the higher transaction costs can eat into the benefit of the higher rate.


   Ideally, a person should have two accounts. One to park his liquid savings and the other to carry out the transactions he may have to undertake every month. This would ensure that the liquid savings would earn more interest. If you think it is too much of headache, dont worry. Banks are likely to introduce products that would allow you to sweep your liquid cash so that you would earn more interest on it. It is almost similar to the sweeping facility already allowed by some banks. In short, deregulation of saving account rate would require you to keep a close watch on your transaction and saving pattern. That is, if you want to benefit from the deregulation of rates.


A NEW DEAL FOR SAVERS


Deregulation won't result in higher rates on savings account all the time
When the interest rate falls, you would earn less on your savings account, too.
Banks are likely to introduce different variety of accounts with different facilities and rates


Ideally, one should have two accounts. One for saving and another one for transactions


Watch your transactions and savings pattern before deciding on the type of accounts

Sunday, October 30, 2011

How to Invest Online in Edelweiss Mutual Fund?

 

Benefits of Investing Online:

 

·                           You can purchase, redeem and order any transactions online.

·                           There is no need for you to contact the broker or any intermediate person for the transaction.

·                           You can view all the portfolio details of your folios online.

·                           You can generate Account Statements; view the past transactions and any other details.

·                           You can update your personal details online.

 

Transact Online:

http://www.edelweissmf.com/UI/Investor/Transaction/SchemeSelect.aspx?Agent=ARN-74461

 

 

Refer below for more Info……

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Invest in Sundaram Mutual Funds Online

 

Invest in Birla Sunlife Mutual Funds Online

 

Invest in IDFC Mutual Funds Online

 

Invest in UTI Mutual Funds Online

  

Invest in SBI Mutual Funds Online

 

Invest in L&T Mutual Funds Online

 

Invest in Edelweiss Mutual Funds Online

 

 

 

 

Should you invest in tax-free infra bonds?

THOSE looking to save tax should take note of the latest buzz in the debt markets. Power Finance Corporation (PFC) and Housing Urban Development Corporation (Hudco) have launched bonds that will help you save more tax than your regular infrastructure bonds. Soon, IRFC and NHAI are likely to follow suit with similar bonds.

KP Jeewan, general manager, debt markets, Karvy Stock Broking, says: "The coupon in these bonds are completely tax-free and those in the highest tax bracket can expect an effective yield of 10.75 per cent, compared to the 9.5 per cent a 10-year public sector bond would offer." The PFC and Hudco offerings are of 10- and 15-year tenures, with coupon rates of 7.5 and 7.75 per cent, respectively. Unlike other regular tax-free infra bonds, the tax benefits in these bonds are not capped at `20,000.

Even besides these tax free bonds, those in the highest tax bracket have had plenty of opportunities to invest in tax saving infrastructure bonds under 80 CCF in the last two years. Industrial Finance Corporation of India (IFCI), Indian Development and Finance Corporation (IDFC), Rural Electrification Corporation (REC), L&T and India Infrastructure Finance Company Limited (IIFCL) have flooded this space.

Killol Pandya, head of fixed income, Daiwa Asset Management, says: "Investors comfortable with locking in their money for a long time, will find these bonds useful. But one should only park, funds that they will not need anytime soon." These bonds have tenures of 10 years or, at times, even 15 years, and offer rates accordingly. The interest payout is yearly, and the different bonds also offer a buyback option. One of the primary reasons investors would consider these bonds is the additional tax savings on the interest earnings of `20,000 over and above the `1lakh investible limit, which one would enjoy.

The 80CCF tax benefit is valid only for this year and should be utilised. Most of these bonds have a five-year buy back option with a 10-year tenure, so for a five-year investment horizon, this is a good option. If you are an investor who wishes to make the most of the tax break and have a lowrisk and -return investment that you can hang on to for a long tenure, this is an asset to consider. MahThe product has limited appeal and is suited for investors within the `3-5lakh tax bracket who can make the most of the `20,000 tax-free investment portion. Interest income over that is taxable.

These bonds are benchmarked to the ten-year government bonds, and, with the bonds gaining basis points, the debt market retail space may see more action.
 
 

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Principal Monthly Income Plan and Money Manager Fund Renamed

 

Principal Mutual Fund has announced the change in the name of Principal Monthly Income Plan and Principal Money Manager Fund as Principal Debt Savings Fund and Principal Retail Money Manager Fund, respectively.

 

The exit load will be revised for Principal Debt Savings Fund as 0.50% if redeemed on or before 91 days from the date of allotment.

 

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