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How are debit and credit cards similar?

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X deposited ₹10000 in Savings Account and had ₹ 11,750 at the end of 5 years. What was the yearly interest rate? (simple interest)

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Net worth statement must include:

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Which of these is more likely to secure your investments from risks and generate better returns simultaneously?

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Which of these helps you safeguard yourselves from financial losses?

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Which of these can negatively impact your credit score?

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Which of the following assets do you find the most risky?

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Which of these statements are incorrect with respect to EMI?

9 / 15

A taxpayer is exempted from paying tax under the new regime if their total income is upto ________

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Which of the following would be considered a risk-free investment?

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What is the tax rate that is charged on LTCG arising out of the sale of equity shares and equity-oriented mutual funds?

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Which of the following terms describe the increase in the price level of the economy?

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Which of these best describe a mutual fund?

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Sam deposited ₹50000 in her Savings Account at a local bank at an annual interest rate of 4.25%. After 3 years, she withdraws the total amount. She deposits it along with a further amount of ₹15000 in a different bank which offers 5% interest. How much will she receive after two years?

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If the interest rate offered on your Savings Account is 2% p.a. and inflation stands at 4%. After one year, the purchasing power of the money in that account would be:

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