My book, “What Every Indian Should Know Before Investing: Edition 2017“, explains some of the most common investment options in simple, easy-to-understand language (Read a sample chapter). There are no abstract concepts, complicated graphs, tables or unnecessary financial jargon in this book. The focus of this book is simply to clear the confusion and clutter that surrounds investment options.
What does the book talk about? Well, almost every investment option that you can think of. Here’s a look at the Table of Contents of the latest edition of the book:
1. Tell me quickly about investing
2. Women and investing
3. Basic investing terms and concepts
4. Essential formulas every investor should know
5. Fixed deposits
6. Recurring deposits
7. National Savings Certificates
8. Post Office Monthly Income Scheme
9. Senior Citizens’ Saving Scheme
10. Public Provident Fund (PPF)
11. Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF)
13. Mutual Funds
14. Equity Linked Saving Scheme (ELSS)
15. Systematic Investment Plan (SIP)
17. Real Estate
18. Life Insurance
19. Health Insurance
20. Making A Will
21. Making An Investment Plan
You can order this book for yourself and even gift it to someone. Maybe a friend or a sibling or a child; anyone who is just getting started in the world of investments. You can order your book from Amazon among other online stores or buy it at any of the leading offline bookstores like Crosswords.
You’ll find answers to these and other investment related questions in the book:
- What do they mean by Cost of Living, Inflation, NIFTY, NAV, Bulls and Bears, TDS, Section 80 C…?
- How can I invest in gold without making regular trips to the jeweller?
- Everyone talks about mutual funds; should I invest in them too?
- What are the different types of mutual funds I can invest in?
- Should I look at life insurance as an expenditure or as an investment?
- How does the stock market work?
- Why are ELSS schemes so popular amongst the salaried class?
- Can I continue to invest in PPF even after 15 years? What is the limit for investing in my children’s PPF accounts?
- Is my Employee Provident Scheme tax-free on withdrawal?
- Do I really need health insurance? If yes, how much cover should I have?
- What is a Will and do we really need to write one? How are the assets divided if someone dies without writing a Will?
- What is a Financial Plan? How do I go about making one? How much money should I invest for my various goals?