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What is third party liability in an auto insurance policy??

By Manish | 4 days ago

If you are driving your car and it meets with an accident, you would have to pay claims and damages to the opposite party involved in the accident. These claims are settled by the insurance company on payment of the necessary premium. If you want to learn more about auto insurance please look up the website IndianMoney.com. This is Indias only free on call money adviser.

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What is risk in an investment??

By Yogesh M | 5 days ago

The returns on your investment you get are different from what you expect. Either more or less. Generally less is what we complain about.If you want to learn more about financial planning please look up the website IndianMoney.com. This is India\'s only free on call money adviser.

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What is a co applicant of a loan??

By Madukar S | 8 days ago

Co-Applicant of a loan is the second signer of the loan. The Co-Applicant has as much responsibility to pay back the loan amounts as the primary applicant. The spouse can be a Co-Applicant of the Loan. If you want to learn more about loans please look up the website IndianMoney.com. This is India\\\\\\\'s only free on call money adviser.

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What is a commercial vehicle loan??

By Suraj | 9 days ago

Banks offer loans for vehicles used for commercial purpose: like trucks, tippers, buses, light commercial vehicles, three wheelers. Commercial vehicle loan is a secured loan where collateral against the loan amount is a must..If you want to learn more about loans please look up the website IndianMoney.com. This is Indias only free on call money adviser.

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At what age can you invest in a senior citizen savings scheme? What is the maximum amount you can invest in a senior citizens savings scheme? ?

By Pranav | 10 days ago

Senior citizens of 60 years and above are eligible for the senior citizens saving scheme. The investment in this account should not exceed INR 15 Lakhs and if multiple accounts are opened the net total in all the accounts should not exceed this amount. If you want to learn more about financial planning please look up the website IndianMoney.com. This is Indias only free on call money adviser.

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What is a comprehensive auto insurance policy??

By Praveen Kumar | 11 days ago

You are covered under this policy for third party liability as well as own damage.(Third party is the damage you cause to others vehicle and property).Own damage is destruction of your vehicle and injury to self). If you want to learn more about auto insurance please look up the website IndianMoney.com. This is Indias only free on call money adviser.

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What is zone A and zone B in auto insurance??

By Narendra | 14 days ago

You have Zone A which includes Ahmedabad, Chennai, Delhi Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore ,Hyderabad and Pune where auto insurance premiums charged are higher. Zone B includes the rest of India..If you want to learn more about life insurance please look up the website IndianMoney.com. This is Indias only free on call money adviser.

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Can you get rider benefits with an online term insurance policy??

By AkhileshS | 15 days ago

Riders are basically certain additional benefits obtained in your insurance policy by paying a slightly higher premium.No rider benefits can be obtained with an online insurance policy.Online polices are cheap basic no frills policies.If you want to learn more about life insurance please look up the website IndianMoney.com. This is Indias only free on call money adviser.

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What are the color codes to denote risk in a mutual fund??

By Raghuram K | 17 days ago

A color Brown signifies a high risk fund with a very high proportion invested in equities. The brown color signifies a high risk and a high return instrument.If a mutual fund invests in a mix of equity and debt they have a lower risk than a fund which has a high equity proportion and they are given a Yellow coding.A mutual fund can invest predominately in debt. It is regarded as extremely safe and has very little risk but gives lesser returns than mutual funds which are rated yellow or brown. Such funds are given a blue coding. If you want to learn more about mutual funds please look up the website IndianMoney.com. This is Indias only free on call money adviser.

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What is a billing cycle of a credit card??

By Karthik | 18 days ago

A billing cycle normally consists of 30 days within which all purchases and repayments are accounted for and billed. An additional 25 days may be added to the billing cycle which constitutes the grace period. If you repay the total outstanding amount basically amount due on the credit card within this time period (billing cycle) no interest is charged on the borrowed amounts.If you want to learn more about loans and bank deposits please look up the website IndianMoney.com. This is Indias only free on call money adviser.

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