Small Savings Products (In Hindi)

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Capital appreciation is an elementary reason why an investor invests, and for that he has to keep in mind, both risk & the stability of his expected return. Few are risk averse and would like to park their money safe, where the degree of returns is pre-determined with negligible risk involved. Such low-risk investments are always a very good source of small yet steady income. And yes, many such low-risk avenues of investments do also come with an advantage of reducing their tax liability. This course focuses on enabling its participants acquire a clear idea on Small Savings Instruments like Public Provident Fund and National Savings Certificate in the Indian market

Topics Covered

  • What is PPF?
  • Who can invest in PPF 
  • Comprehensive comparison – Risk, Return, Holding Period, Tax Regime etc.
  • Magic of PPF compounding
  • Pre- mature withdrawal and loan facility 
  • Who Can Invest
  • Senior Citizen Age Limit
  • How much they can invest – Min & Max
  • Risk and Return
  • Tax Implications
  • Who Can Invest
  • Denomination Available of NSC
  • How much they can invest- Min & Max
  • Risk and Return
  • Tax implications
  • Post Office Monthly Schemes (POMIS)
  • Post Office Time Deposits (POTD)
  • Post Office Recurring Deposit

Who will benefit from this course?

This course is highly beneficial to individual investors, self-employed advisors and individuals seeking their career in Broking Houses. Potential investment advisors would also gain from this course, as it would assist them in making smart decisions.The course being self-paced, empowers its participants to take their own time in learning.

Topics Covered

 1 Hr of videos
 4 Quiz Sheets
 1 FLT

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