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7 High Rated Companies Offering more than Bank Fixed Deposits – July 2019

High Rated Companies Offering more than Bank Fixed Deposits Most banks are offering interests in the range of 6% to 8% on their fixed deposits. However some best rated companies and institutions are offering interest rates higher than banks. Below are the details of 7 companies which have high credit rating and offering interest rate more than banks on their fixed deposit schemes. SBI is offering 6.60% to […] Continue reading →

13 Most Important things to know before investing in Bank Fixed Deposits

Most Important things to know before investing in Fixed Deposits Fixed Deposit is the most popular investment in India mainly due to guaranteed returns, choice of interest pay-out frequency, liquidity, safety and ease of execution. Most retired depend on the regular interest earned from fixed deposit for their day to day expenses. Here are 13 most important things you should know before investing in Fixed […] Continue reading →

10.6% Indiabulls Consumer Finance NCD – June’19 – Should you Invest?

Indiabulls Consumer Finance NCD – June 2019 Indiabulls Consumer Finance Limited has come out with latest NCD (non-convertible debentures) offering up to 10.6% interest rate. The issue opens on May 30 and closes on June 21 , 2019. Indiabulls Consumer Finance Limited (IBCFL), formerly IVL Finance Limited is a non-deposit taking NBFC registered with the Reserve Bank of India and is a 100% subsidiary of […] Continue reading →

How SWP in Debt Mutual Funds is better than Fixed Deposit for Regular Income?

SWP in Debt Mutual Fund is Better than Fixed Deposit or Annuity to generate Regular Income Fixed deposit with banks are the most popular investment option for regular income after retirement. But with interest rates going down retirees have started exploring other options. Systematic Withdrawal Plan (SWP) in debt fund is one such option which retirees and people looking for regular income must evaluate. As per your SWP instructions to mutual fund, […] Continue reading →