Ramalingam K

How to calculate your Debt-to-Income Ratio and monitor your financial standing?

Finance - It is common wisdom to keep your debt at manageable level for sound financial health. But what is the threshold beyond which debt can go berserk? That can be judged against your income level. If your debt is too high compared to your income, sooner or later you will sink into the debt trap – […]...

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To Buy or Not to Buy one more House

Finance - In line with the perennial Shakespearian dilemma – to do or not to do, …., a lot of us face similar predicament when we have to decide whether to buy or not to buy another residential property. ...

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Here’s a Quick way to manage your Personal Finance Documents

Finance - We all come across situations wherein our personal finances go beyond control. Despite trying hard to maintain it every month, we fail. This happens as we do not keep important personal finance documents at one place and update them on a regular basis. Due to this, our entire expenses of house get mixed up and we land up in trouble. ...

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What every investor needs to know about Capital Gains Account Scheme?

Finance - Mr Chaudhury has just sold his old ancestral house for a lump sum consideration of Rs. 20,00,000. He has now set his eyes on a new apartment which is due for possession within the next two years. Mr. Chaudhury is in a dilemma, he is aware that the amount he has received is a Capital Gain in his hands and is liable to tax. His intention is...

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ABC of Rental Management for NRI Investors

Finance - Beside the obvious reason of the home offering us a world of our own, a house also has the potential to generate wealth through rental income. NRI investors often invest in homes with this dual purpose of earning rental out of them while away, and settling down when they return....

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How to calculate your Debt-to-Income Ratio and monitor your financial standing?

It is common wisdom to keep your debt at manageable level for sound financial health. But what is the threshold beyond which debt can go berserk? That can be judged against your income level. If your debt is too high compared to your income, sooner or later you will sink into the debt trap – […]...

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To Buy or Not to Buy one more House

In line with the perennial Shakespearian dilemma – to do or not to do, …., a lot of us face similar predicament when we have to decide whether to buy or not to buy another residential property. ...

Read More
Posted Under: Income Tax |

Here’s a Quick way to manage your Personal Finance Documents

We all come across situations wherein our personal finances go beyond control. Despite trying hard to maintain it every month, we fail. This happens as we do not keep important personal finance documents at one place and update them on a regular basis. Due to this, our entire expenses of house get mixed up and we land up in trouble. ...

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Posted Under: Income Tax |

What every investor needs to know about Capital Gains Account Scheme?

Mr Chaudhury has just sold his old ancestral house for a lump sum consideration of Rs. 20,00,000. He has now set his eyes on a new apartment which is due for possession within the next two years. Mr. Chaudhury is in a dilemma, he is aware that the amount he has received is a Capital Gain in his hands and is liable to tax. His intention is...

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Posted Under: Income Tax |

ABC of Rental Management for NRI Investors

Beside the obvious reason of the home offering us a world of our own, a house also has the potential to generate wealth through rental income. NRI investors often invest in homes with this dual purpose of earning rental out of them while away, and settling down when they return....

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Posted Under: Income Tax |

5 tips to Hit Right Track to your Financial Goals: Coasting to Cruising

A dream is just a dream. A goal is a dream with a plan and a deadline, says Harvey Mackay. This quote is inspiring and is very appropriate for all of us who have financial goals to achieve in our lifetimes....

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Over diversification means Lower Returns: How?

Diversification of investment means selecting multiple asset classes or investing in the different asset categories. It is a popular technique employed by most investors to lower risk and increase the chances of good returns. Unfolding your investment in different areas develops a risk-proof portfolio, which means if one investment fails,...

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Which One Would You Prefer? Investing in the Stock Market Vs Holding Cash in Hand

Putting your money in the securities market is risky yet profitable. Whereas, holding that cash is ineffectual. The market is really volatile, it is better if I keep the cash in my savings account or in my closet. Does this sound like you? Most people think the same when it comes to investing their hard earned money in the stock market. I...

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How to identify high yield investment opportunities?

Two qualities are indispensable: first, an intellect that, even in the darkest hour, retains some glimmerings of the inner light which leads to truth; and second, the courage to follow this faint light wherever it may lead. Carl von Clausewitz ...

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How to Set and Achieve Financial Goals Using A Financial Goal Work-sheet?

So you are planning to clear your home loan, you are setting aside a part of your income, and you have decided to spend less on restaurants and movies. Good that you are doing or planning to do these things. But do you feel this habit is of any use? Obviously not! You are saving, but for what? It is good that you have planned to clear you...

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