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Hello guys,

How much % of salary do you save?

While mentioning %, please let us know if you are married/unmarried, pay rent or not.

Just want to know if 70% is enough … more


Is it possible to have zero tax with 13.5 lpa with the following tax benfits ?
80C 1.5 lpa , 80 CCD(2) NPS 50k ,
Home loan 2 lpa.


Hi guys.
Do you think investing in gold is a good choice?
Seeing their prices are going up, there will be good value in future for these


Hi, Ive been working for 5 yrs now , but haven't made any investment or bought asset as such, no savings except the ppf. Please guide


Hi folks,

What do you think, is NPS a good scheme of investing in comparison of Mutual funds, stock market and ppf?


Can any one tell me, how to invest in quant mutual fund through it's website?


Anyone can guide in options trading?🙂🙂
Lost around 10k😒


What has happened to mirae asset aggressive fund and emerging market fund, always shows loss, should I exit


Hi fishes,
I'm 22 and planning to take a life insurance. I'm comparing all policies and max life seems attractive as it has good claim settlement ratio and less premiums. But there is no … more


Diversification is the key. My portfolio includes a bit of most of these.

1. Debt/Liquid mutual funds (direct)
2. Gold
3. REIT (fractional ownership and distribution)
4. Equi… more


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How to save tax i have 9 lpa salary. Need a detailed information. I have already taken full 80D apart from they any more suggestions for 80C?


Hi Experts ..Suffering from financial stress...my 90% commitments will be end by December..but felling so much stress to handle with money


Hi Experts,

Suggest me some debt funds. Looking for investment for 3-5 years.


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Hi folks,

I am already covering 80c 1.5l limit by elss and pf.

Can i invest 50k only in nps and avail tax benefit under 80ccd 1b.



How t save tax for 9 lpa salary. Can anybody help me out.


Hey folks, need some help with PF details.

Let's say a person join a company X and then switches to Y after few years. Again switches to company Z after few months. Now the thing is b… more


MY NPS SIP deducts 30/- as convenience fees
I am 27 my NPS is for 33 years my convenience fees will be around 11k
What to do ?


Hi Fishes !
What are your thoughts about investing in reliance power for long term !
I'm a newbie in stocks .
Any suggestion will be appreciated !

Hello folks, My ctc is current at 6.2lpa and I would like to cut down my taxes. Any suggestions on where to invest for tax savings? Also is FD a best plan for investment with lock in period od 4 yrs f… more

U can’t be wrong if you’re investing in index for long term

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Hi fishes, need urgent advice. How is the HDFC Index Sensex Plan? I have invested 75K but it's in loss as all others. Should I continue to average it out or stop investing in it? The loss is highe… more

Hi mates
Invested first time in elss this March.
Unlucky markets are falling now.
Returns now are - 10%.
Should I wait for time to pass. As it would recover over 3 years lock-in?

Best app to track expenses?


I am 29F and earning 13LPA. I have been working for 4 years of which 3.5 years I had very low pay and close to 0 savings. I have been able to save 6L now.

My investments below:
* Elss … more


I feel like I've been living under a rock for ~5 yrs. I was happy and blowing off money with the thinking that I'll start saving once I start earning more.

Just realised that could&… more


Hey, i am looking to invest 25-40k where i can easily make 7-12% of return. I am looking for things like rd which have very low risk appetite. I will be using this collected amount to invest in stock … more

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