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Money with Monika: Getting started with Mutual Funds
Money with Monika: Getting started with Mutual Funds

Money with Monika: Getting started with Mutual Funds (S3, Ep#2)

Personal finance expert Monika Halan tells you why and how you should get started with Mutual Funds investment, in this latest episode of Money With Monika. She explains the importance of “adopting a portfolio approach to investing money and diversifying over asset classes to meet your goals.” Monika Halan is consulting editor, Mint, and author of 'Let's Talk Money'. Watch the full episode for more.

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How to prepare yourself to face the financial impact of coronavirus
How to prepare yourself to face the financial impact of coronavirus

How to prepare yourself to face the financial impact of coronavirus

Coronavirus has resulted in over 1000 deaths in China as per Media reports. Casualties have been reported outside China as well. The virus outbreak is also expected to have an economic impact on China as well as other countries as economic activities have halted across China due to shutdown of many manufacturing units. Lets understand how this can impact your finances and how you should deal with the situation.

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Mint Wide Angle: Govt Consumption Can't Save Q2 GDP
Mint Wide Angle: Govt Consumption Can't Save Q2 GDP

Mint Wide Angle: Govt consumption can't save Q2 GDP

Second quarter GDP growth has dropped to just 4.5%, the second lowest rate since 2013. All three pillars of the economy - investment, jobs & consumption - are down. The only thing that has grown significantly is government consumption. Without that, GDP growth was just 3.1%, the lowest growth in private demand in the past 8 years. In the absence of private investment & dropping private consumption, only govt capital expenditure can act as a booster shot for the economy.

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Why invest in mutual funds
Why invest in mutual funds

Money With Monika: Why invest in mutual funds? (S3, Ep#1)

In this episode of 'Money with Monika', personal finance expert Monika Halan delves into the merits of saving and investment. She also explains the pros and cons of investing in mutual funds as opposed to other options such as real estate and gold. "Mutual funds are a low cost, transparent vehicle for those who want to work to specific goals," says Monika. Monika Halan is consulting editor, Mint, and author of 'Let's Talk Money'. Watch the full episode for more.

Mint's Disha Sanghvi addresses some of the concerns about deposit insurance
Mint's Disha Sanghvi addresses some of the concerns about deposit insurance

Why Not Mint Money | When are you eligible for deposit insurance?

After the Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative Bank (PMC Bank) scam dragged down the confidence of depositors, there was pressure on the government to increase the insurance cover which was static since 1993. Though the deposit insurance cover cap has been raised, there are enough people voicing their concern on social media. In this video, Mint's Disha Sanghvi addresses some of the concerns about deposit insurance.

The switch allows some taxpayers to compare the two regimes and choose where he or she is paying lower taxes.
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Fear factor in markets: How will coronavirus impact India
Fear factor in markets: How will coronavirus impact India

Fear factor in markets: How will coronavirus impact India | All Things Markets

Global investors, especially in Asia, are understandably anxious about coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China. Markets with the greatest number of infections, namely China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, faced pressure when the outbreak began. There was also volatility and aggressive reactions in markets that were not impacted by the virus outbreak such as India, which only had three cases so far. Mint's Nasrin Sultana speaks to Rob Subbaraman, Head, Gobal Macro Research, Nomura on some of the investment implications from this incident and investors rationale.

Why you should switch out of dividend plans of mutual funds.
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