Outlook Money
Outlook Money

Outlook Money

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About this issue: Union Budget 2020 fails to instil consumer confidence, leading capital markets to a carnage.

Mixed Signals Fail To Boost Confidence: Pages 18-19

Union Budget 2020-21 provides conflicting signals about the country's economic future; new tax regime rolled out.

Main Cover: 18-19

One Nation, Two Income Tax Systems Pages - 26-27

Capital Markets: A Big Opportunity LostPages - 32-33


Preview Pages:

Harping On The Next Big Investment

Are index funds the best possible investment tool for your retirement savings plans? 


Finding Peace With Post Office Savings

Post office small savings schemes suit risk-free and a high rate of interest needs of investors 

Post-Retirement Term Plan Blues

Term plans eliminate the financial burden during an untimely death of a bread-earner 


Other 3 Stories:

A Smart Way To Declutter Finances

Sorting out your finances and clearing the clutter comes with several benefits, making life easy 


Easy Steps For Getting A Loan

What are the best ways to avail a personal loan despite having a low credit score 


To Save And Prosper

How savings in mutual funds can help you stay ahead

In July 1998, the Group launched "Intelligent Investor" re-christened as "OUTLOOK MONEY" as of 30-Nov-2002, India's first personal finance magazine, which offers sound strategies for the lay investor, especially the growing segment of salaried middle and upper middle-class and self-employed professionals. Its message is clear and simple: 'Invest well, borrow wisely, spend smartly'. Evidently, that message has gone down well: the magazine sold upwards of 1,00,000 copies a fortnight within a year. One of its distinguishing characteristics is that about 93 per cent of readers retain all past issues of Outlook Money