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June 2014: Highlights of Money Today June 2014 issue: The mutual fund industry is among the best regulated sectors of the financial landscape and handles your money at negligible cost. The June issue of your favourite personal finance magazine, Money Today, in its cover package tells you about the basic investment norms relating to the sector that you should be aware of to maximise your gains.
May 2014: Highlights of Money Today May 2014 issue: With great opportunities knocking one's door once in a while, there should be no reason your finances should hold you back from settling outside India, should you get a chance.
April, 2014: Highlights of Money Today April 2014 issue: The much awaited exchange traded fund that will invest in top central government-owned companies has finally opened. The April issue of your favourite personal finance magazine, Money Today, tells you how economical it is to invest in PSU ETFs.
Highlights of Money Today February 2014 issue: There are many situations in which investors can get stuck while selling their assets. Your favourite personal finance magazine, Money Today, brings you a cover package in its February 2014 edition which gives you a low-down on such situations and how you can extricate yourself. It's a new year and your investments would be top priority for you as always. The latest issue advises you on how top commodities will fare in 2014. Also get to know if it's the right time to invest in pharma stocks or not. Legendary investor Peter Lynch shares some tips on how to manage your investments as does JP Morgan's Anis Lahlou-Abid on how to invest in Europe. The magazine also lists out 14 resolutions that can help you strengthen your finances in 2014. This is not all. Tax deductions come into focus at this time of the year. Healthcare costs are eligible for some tax deduction. Know what qualifies under which section in the latest issue of Money Today. It's not all about your savings. The magazine brings you smart spending tips too. Tablets are storming the technology world by dozens. With so many options to choose from, our sister magazine G&G gives you a low-down on the best bet in different budget brackets. For all this and more, subscribe to the latest issue of Money Today now!