Thursday, 28 February 2013

Invest your money here

There are several areas that are attractive for investors following different proposals made in the Union Budget. Here are some places where the amount could be invested. While internal figures will vary from individual to individual, areas and their features are an important part in the process.

Tax free bonds

The Finance Minister has given permission to various institutions to issue tax free infrastructure bonds for one more year so for anyone who wants to earn tax free income this is a place where they can put some of their funds. This option is meant for long term investments since the bonds are for a period of 10 years and 15 years respectively.

Equity mutual funds

The Securities transaction tax on equity oriented mutual fund bought and sold through a stock exchange or even directly with the mutual fund has been reduced significantly. This reduces the additional expense on the fund and hence it becomes a suitable low cost investment vehicle for the individual to park some of their funds.

Inflation linked bonds

Investors would also like to ensure that their fixed income instruments are protected against the rise in inflation and now there will be an option that is available to them. This is in the form of inflation linked bonds that are likely to be introduced in the Indian market. This will enable protection of a real rate of interest for investors so some part of their portfolio can be allocated to these bonds.

Rajiv Gandhi Equity Scheme

If you are a first time equity investor, then it makes sense to use either mutual funds or the top stocks present in the market to invest and get an additional tax benefit too. Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme allows investment over three years. A first time investor can allocate a small part of his portfolio under this scheme.

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