Investing

At a Glance Stock market facilitates buying and selling of shares of businesses. Investors profit through dividends, compound interest, or selling at a higher price. Market fluctuates based on factors like interest rates and company profits. Key considerations: clear objectives, risk tolerance, dive…

Liquid assets are great if you want to have enough money to cover possible emergencies or living expenses. But what is a liquid asset and how can it help you? You’ll find that and much more in the following paragraphs. What Are Assets? First things first, let’s establish what an

Stocks and investments can be confusing for people new to finance and commerce. You may have heard that you can make money and create a passive source of income. While that is true, you would need to be cautious in your approach. People also tend to lose money when trading

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If you are new to the financial world, all the fancy terminology can be quite confusing and can leave you feeling daunted. Especially if you are a beginner investor and you want to sharpen up your knowledge. There is just so much information out there. If you’re new to investing

Everyone wants to grow their wealth. You’ve probably heard investing and purchasing stocks is one of the most effective and popular ways to do this.  If you’re wondering how to invest in stocks or “how do I manage my stocks?” you can read on. We’ll take you through…

At a Glance NRIs (Non-Resident Indians) are Indian citizens who spend less than 183 days in India. NRIs are not required to pay tax in India. Investment options for NRIs in India include fixed deposit bank accounts, mutual funds, direct equity, real estate, bonds, NCDs, government securities, and th…

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At a Glance H-1B visa holders can engage in stock trading in the U.S. if they have a Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) and a personal bank account. The USCIS does not regulate stock trading, but H-1B visa holders should avoid violating their visa status…

At a Glance Stock trading in the U.S. is a popular investment avenue, requiring a Social Security Number for registration with a stockbroker. H-1B visa holders can engage in stock trading but must maintain employment to retain their visa status. Earnings from stocks, including capital gains, are sub…

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