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Its time to welcome 2012, and to look in to your finances afresh.. how?! will discuss it with Ajit Dayal & Pankaj Razdan on Sat@10am 8 years ago

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YOUR QUERIES HAVE BEEN ANSWERED BY OUR EXPERT VIVEK REGE -  

Q 1) Rajesh M

Dear Manisha,

 

      I  have seen your program
couples of times; so I am writing this in anticipation of getting a
reply... I will not be able to watch NDTV regularly, so it will be great, if
you reply to this email. Thanks in advance.

 

 

My Portfolio,

1) I have purchased a site of 30X40. Took a loan of
12Lakh  with current ROI @11.00. My EMI is 17000 per month. 

    My salary per month is 40,000.
Currently I hav ...more8 years ago

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Look at your asset allocation if your equity portfolio is down: Surya Bhatia 8 years ago

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YOUR QUERIES HAVE BEEN ANSWERED BY OUR EXPERT AMIT KUKREJA
 
Q 1) Yash Aneja 
 
Greetings 
I am 19 years old student at one of the reputed colleges of Delhi University and I have my pan card . My portfolio of equities is of about Rs 50000-60000 which include bluechips like L&t , HDFC bank , ICICI bank , Coal india , Tata Steel , TCS , ONGC, Ndtv, Bhel , Biocon, ITC , Gold BEES ,etc  .
I have a cashable income of Rs 6000-7000 per month and my expenses are about 1500-2500 per month. I have about Rs 87000 in fixed deposits . I have bought gold of about Rs42000 ...more8 years ago

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Your queries have been answered by Suresh Sadagopan Q 1) S S Venkatachalam

 

Dear Sir,

 

I am
giving below the details of financial portfolio for your perusal and advice.

 

Assets :

 

1. One
flat in Delhi and one flat in Chennai

 

2.
Insurance Rs.400000 including a policy for Son

 

3. Mutual
Investments:

 

  
a) SIP Investments;

 

      
i) Birla Sunlife Frontline Equity Fund Dividend   Rs.1000/-

     
ii) Reliance Equ ...more8 years ago

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QUERIES ANSWERED BY SUMEET VAID Q
1) vinod

Dear Sir, 

I am earning Rs.1,50,000/- per
annum,  and I want to make an insurance policy (long  term 5-7 years) 
Pls advise me best options
available.   thanks 
  Vinod
Bangalore  / Mob. 09019281216

It is very important
for you to articulate your goals and on the basis of that an investment should
be made. Investing without considering your goals will just help you to build a
money tree and that might not be sufficient to fulfil your goals.

We
recommend you to start a Systematic I ...more8 years ago

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Think insurance and investment - but separately 8 years ago

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LETS TALK MONEY - THE HOW'S AND WHY'S OF HEALTH INSURANCE 8 years ago

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INSURANCE QUERIES REPLIED BY HARSH
ROONGTA, CEO, APNAPAISA.COM.

 

Q 1) Vishal

 

My Father invested Rs. 18000 in ICICI
Prudential Life time Super Maximiser in 2007 and he discontinued in 2010 . He
invested for all the family members . What is the best time to redeem the
amount. What will be the tax implication . Please let me know what should be my
strategy as I don't understand these kind of products. We are ready to wait for
other 3 plus years to redeem.

 

Reply:

 

ICICI Prudential Life time Super is a unit linked
insurance plan wherein inv ...more8 years ago

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About The Anchor: Manisha Natarajan



Manisha Natarajan is Executive Editor Business and Real Estate at NDTV. She currently hosts the daily prime time real estate programme 'The Property Show' and a weekend personal finance show ‘Let's Talk Money’.

Manisha learnt the ropes of television journalism as a reporter for BBC World's 'Moneywise' and 'India Business Report'. She has anchored over 1000 hours of live business news, including key events such as the Union Budget, Economic Survey, Credit Policy and Tax Roundtables.

She's also a keen blogger on ndtv.com and has been an in between columnist with Indian Express - ‘Stock Talk’ and Mint - ‘Money Matters’.


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There are either personal finance shows or business shows. The two don't meet. Let's Talk Money decodes top business headlines for your wallet.

Fun segments on money and strong advise on money management follow. No long winding discussions, no hedging answers to play safe. Along with industry specialists and experts, the show gets viewers to sit up and take control of their money, asking questions relevant to a large audience out there.


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