Posts tagged ‘Provident Fund’

September 28, 2011

Different Avenues of Investments

In the modern financial system there are so many investment avenues to choose from today in financial market and it has become difficult for anyone to decide about these avenues. Some of these investment avenues offer attractive returns but with high risks and some offer lower returns with very low risks. An overall analysis of these investment avenues with risk and return trade is presented in this article. These investment avenues are:

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September 27, 2011

Plan Your Retirement

One day everyone has to retire from the work. So it’s quite obvious that the capacity to earn will go down after the retirement or in maximum of cases, the earning capacity is often nil. But life does not stop after the retirement. It continues so the need for financial support is most sought after. After the retirement you need a secure source of money. “How will you have a secure source of income?” this is a question that often haunt everyone prior to retirement as well as after the retirement. The answer to this question is that it is you and your own money that works for you. To this end you need to get your finances and retirement planned. Always remember that there is no age criteria to start financial and retirement planning. But yes it is advisable that as early you start better and easier it is to achieve your financial and retirement goals.

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July 2, 2011

Track Your Provident Fund Account Information Online

Now it is possible to track the whole information about the PF account online as per the new initiatives of Employees’ Provident Fund Organization. The Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) has provided a link on its website , that enables members to get their PF investment balance update as SMS alert on their cellphones. Members only need to furnish their respective PF account numbers to avail of this facility. EPFO had been conducting an internal trial of this software for the past two months.

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