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How to do online banking

| Filed under My Digital Life

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A couple of clicks of the mouse your financial life will never be the same! If you want to know how to change your financial life for the good with a duo of clicks on the mouse without getting out of the house, We detail you with How to do online banking,  check this out:

1) How to start Your Online Banking

  • Sign in:For opening your online bank account, the numerical ID should be typed (not the sameas the account number) and password. If you type it incorrect three times in a row, your account will be inaccessible.


  • Snapshot: The initial screen will portray a snapshot of your every account (demat,lobal, etc), loan repayment, credit cards and any other means, such as fixed deposits.

Information: The home page will be having the list of every service you can gain access to, new features and mails, or notifications from your relationship manager.


Impact of Direct Tax Code on Salaried Individuals

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So, it is finally here! After months of deliberations and tweaks, the much-awaited Direct Taxes Code (DTC) will replace the age-old Income Tax Act from April 1, 2012. So how will the new DTC impact you and me and the millions of salaried individuals in this country? Let us see!

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Personal taxation slabs: A disappointment!

While there was widespread cheer about the proposed personal taxation slabs in the original form of the DTC when it was proposed last year, the current DTC act wears an insipid look. It has nothing major to offer on personal taxation slabs except that men, women and Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) will now face Rs. 2 lakhs of tax free exemption.

This is how the new tax slabs in DTC will look. There will be no tax up to Rs 2 lakh. There will be 10% tax on income between Rs 2,00,001 and Rs 5 lakh; 20% tax on income between Rs 5,00,001 and Rs 10 lakh; and finally 30% tax for income above Rs 10 lakh.


Kisan Vikas Patra

| Filed under Economy

Are you a risk averse investor?  Are you looking at investing in some debt instrument? Are you done with your tax saving investments and have also exhausted your PPF limits? You do not want regular income and don’t mind locking your money to earn double returns.
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Then Kisan Vikas Patra can be a an instrument where you can invest. While the name suggests that only a farmer can invest money in Kisan Vikas Patra it is not the case. Anyone wishing to invest money at safe places can go for Kisan Vikas Patra.
Kisan Vikas Patra (KVP) is a saving instrument that provides interest income similar to bonds. The KVP is a safe investment tool, as it is backed by the Government of India. The principal is assured and hence it is a safe avenue for investing your money. With low interest rate regime, such saving instruments are in limelight again. KVP is available at all Head Post Offices and authorized post offices throughout India.

How To Trade with Interest Rate Futures

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Knowing the future and taking advantage from it, is a dream come true for every one. Those that possess the skills are able to reap the benefits from it. On Dalal Street, investors and speculators alike will forecast the market movement of the index and commodities by trading in the derivatives. The NSE launched trading in Interest Rate Futures (IRF) recently on 31st Aug after a gap of 6 years.