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Guidebook to Saving & Investment

The comprehensive beginner guide on investing in various financial instruments

In this FREE guide,
you will get detailed information like

Guidebook to Saving & Investment
  •   Bank Savings, Fixed & Recurring Deposit Account
  •   Post Office and Small Savings Schemes
  •   Insurance, Pension and other investment options
  •   The Rate of returns, Risk involvement and Tax implications on various investment

Savings and Investment Ebook Details

Savings and Investment are those basic Economics 101 class topics but their clear and conceptual understanding still lacks in many.

This handbook covers a range of topics such as financial instruments like Savings Bank Accounts, FDs, Post Office Savings Accounts, Public Provident Fund Accounts, Mutual Funds, Equities, and many more.

The book has been divided into 6 parts and each part has a few sub-parts.

Each sub-part is followed by the ELM Mantra, a box that quickly helps recapitulate the salient features of the instrument.

How does the Banking system work?

A bank account is an account maintained by a banking institution, in which it records financial transactions between the bank and the customer. In India, bank accounts are primarily of four types- Savings Bank Account, Current Account, Recurring Deposit Account, and Fixed Deposit Account. Current Accounts don’t earn any interest hence they haven’t been discussed here.

What are Various Pension Schemes, Post Office, and Small Saving Schemes?

Schemes like NPS (National Pension Scheme), Post office recurring scheme, Public Provident Fund, Sukanya Samridhi Yojna, National Savings Scheme, Kisan Vikas Patra and Pradhan Mantri Vandana Yojna are a few of the most popular ones you should know about. Understand each one of them in detail through this savings and investment pdf.

You can also check out our blog to understand more about Pension Schemes and small investment schemes.

What are some other investment schemes?

What do you understand by terms like The Rate of returns, Risk involvement, and Tax implications on various investments?

Get answers to all these questions in detail from our guide to investing pdf.

Also, Check out our other E-books on stockmarket and finance as well!