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A recent addition to a possible chain of measures is the introduction of the “New Wage Code”, which will ensure that each employee has a sufficient amount of savings in... Read More

Net Present Value (NPV) Explained

NPV is the present value of net cash inflows (inflows - outflows) over time. It is widely used in finance as a tool of cash flow analysis. It is used... Read More

Dividend is the reward given by a company to its shareholders. It is distributed from the profits of the company, after meeting all expenses. That is why shareholders are also... Read More

Dividend, a source of periodic income, is further categorized into two types: Interim Dividend and Final Dividend. In this article, clear all of your confusions about these two types of... Read More

what is the Power of Compounding?

Compounding means, the increase in the value of the investment due to the interest earned on principal as well as on the accumulated interest. Compounding interest means, Interest on Interest.... Read More

What is Hedging in Finance Industry?

Hedging is the tool which an investor can use to save his portfolio from unwanted risks by employing different strategies. When you buy a new car or a bike, you... Read More

NRIs are not aware of the best investment options which are available for them in India. Just like every other investor, it is also necessary for NRI investors to explore... Read More

In and Out of Excise Duty in details!

Excise Duty is a type of indirect tax that is levied by the Central Government on the production, sale and licence of goods. (FYI, Indirect Tax is a type of... Read More

ESOP (Employee Stock Option Plan) is a scheme through which an employer gives its employees a right (stock options) to buy shares of the company at a fixed price (price... Read More

Arbitrage is a method of simultaneously buying and selling securities from different platforms and exchanges to cash in on the price difference between them and earn profits from it. A... Read More