Guest Post: The Power Finance Corporation (PFC) Tax Free Bond Issue — Should You Invest? An Analysis by Mr. Nikhil Shah

by Vinaya HS on January 10, 2012

in Finance

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The following is a guest post from reader Nikhil Shah and deals with the intricacies of investing in the soon to close investment opportunity in PFC’s Tax Free Bond Issue along with the income tax angle. Nikhil’s analysis also contains a very interesting perspective on how you can plan for major financial goals through this investment route. A couple of weeks back, Nikhil had also put-up a detailed analysis of NHAI’s Tax Free Bond Issue.

Since I’ve already provided some background information to these tax free bond issues, this time we’ll go straight to the calculations and analysis which you can download from the link below:

Click here to download calculations and analysis for the PFC Tax Free Bond Issue (courtesy Nikhil Shah).

Please let me know if you have any questions by leaving a comment to this post. I will respond to your queries at the earliest.

Disclaimer:

All views and opinions are my own and have no relation whatsoever with any person or firm. The information provided is just for guidance. It may not be absolutely or technically correct. The information could easily be dated. Always check with Fund Company/Brokerage/Financial Advisor/other relevant institution for the correct information. Information provided on this Blog/Web Site is for informational purpose only. It is the reader’s responsibility to ascertain the facts, conditions and risk factors. All investments are subject to market risks. Read all scheme related documents carefully before investing. You are advised to consult your financial advisor before taking any investment decision. Read the prospectus before investing in these bonds.




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PP January 11, 2012 at 12:53 AM

Vinay,

Nikhil Shah’s Logo in the PDFs docs, dosn’t help readers read better.
It is a big distraction.

- PP

Vinaya H S January 11, 2012 at 1:22 AM

@PP:

Will ask Nikhil to probably use a smaller and more transparent logo.

Nikhil Shah January 11, 2012 at 5:02 AM

Hi..

In Coming Articles , I will try to remove or use a smaller and more transparent logo..

Nikhil Shah

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