Outlook Money - January 2017

Publisher: The Outlook Group
Category: Business, Investment
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly

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Cover story - 2017: The year of digital money Our top 15 experts tell you how India is prepping for a digital era, what lies ahead for the Indian markets, mutual funds and insurance industry, and more. Exiting Ulips: If Ulips isn't giving you the desired results, go through our checklist for a hassle-free exiting process My Plan: The Chaudhrys get a financial advice from our planner on how to sort their finances Travel: Delve yourself into the fascinating city of Edinburgh and let it sweep you off your feet Gadgets: Avoid being robbed online and learn safe ways to transact online Also read our Book Review, Mutual Funds Made Easy and Life Insurance Made Easy

Launched in July 1998, Outlook Money has relentlessly worked as your money manager, helping you invest well, borrow wisely and spend smartly. The Outlook Money magazine has been advising its readers on finance, investing, real estate, smart savings, insurance, healthcare, travel, besides buying and maintaining cars. Through our stories we attempt to give you specific, actionable tips that you can use to make your money grow. It is these efforts of 16 years that has helped us grow from being India’s first personal finance magazine to India’s No. 1 personal finance magazine.


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