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Mint seeks to demystify personal finance with 'Mint Money'

01-July-2010
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Mint seeks to demystify personal finance with 'Mint Money'

Mint, the business daily from the HT Media stable, has launched a new booklet, ‘Mint Money’ on June 30, 2010. The booklet deals with personal finance and will cover one topic of interest each time it is published. However, the frequency is not decided as yet. The topic for the first issue was Mutual Funds.

Vivek Khanna, Business Head of Mint, has confirmed the development.

The first issue of ‘Mint Money’ is titled ‘Mint Money’s Guide to Understanding Mutual Funds’. This booklet contains 24 pages and is currently offered free along with the daily Mint.

‘Mint Money’ will cover wide ranging topics such as stocks, funds, insurance, real estate, gold, loans, and so on. It will deal with everything that is pertinent to the growth and understanding of personal finance. The information will also be available on www.mintmoney.livemint.com.

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