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Following Mumbai and Pune, Nagpur is the third largest city in Mahrashtra and is also the fastest growing city in India. It holds the moniker 'Orange city' due to its abundant production and trading of oranges. Interestingly, Nagpur, which is an emerging metropolis is also a tiger reserve which is favoured by the tropical savannah climate due to the geographical location. This is the reason why Nagpur is also called the Tiger Gateway of India. The cultural demographics here is indicated by people purchasing large amounts of gold jewellery as gold is seen as an auspicious metal here. Hence gold rate in Nagpur is a key virtue that most locals keep in mind whenever they purchase ornaments.

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How to calculate old gold jewellery price?

Gold has always been one of the most significant investment options for Indians. The high liquidity of gold and its consistent value makes it a popular option for investment purposes. It also acts as a hedge against fluctuations in the market. Gold can either be pledged in the form of a gold loan or it can be sold to meet urgent financial deficits. It pays to be aware of the value of gold to prevent unscrupulous activities by the lenders or jewelers. It is not very complicated to calculate the value of the gold. The weight and the purity of the gold will have to be tested at an assaying laboratory. There are two methods to calculate the purity of the gold. It can be denoted in percentage or in karat.

  1. Karat method: By multiplying the gold’s weight, purity, and gold rate, and then dividing it by 24, you can arrive at the purity of the gold by the karat method.
  1. Percentage method: By multiplying the gold’s weight, purity, and gold rate, and then by dividing it by 100, you can arrive at the value of the gold in terms of the percentage.

Difference between 18 Karat, 22 Karat and 24 Karat gold

“Karat” is the internationally recognized term used to denote the purity and weight of gold. Higher the Karat, better the purity of gold.

1) 24 Karat: 24 Karat gold is the purest and most expensive form of gold found in the market. Owing to it’s pliability 24-Karat gold is not usually used to make jewellery and is instead used for investment purposes, in the form of coins or bars.

2) 22 Karat: 22 Karat gold is generally used in the jewellery industry. In this type, pure gold is mixed with several alloys like zinc, nickel, or silver to make the gold harder and fit for jewellery. Generally, 22 Karat gold is 91.67% pure.

3)18 Karat: 18 Karat gold is the gold that is prepared by mixing 75% gold with 25% other alloys. 18 Karat gold is the cheapest type of gold available in the market.

Effect of GST on Gold Prices.

The implementation of GST has particularly affected the prices of commodities like gold.

Effect of GST on Gold Prices

As per the new tax structure, the GST on gold is set at 3% for both finished and unfinished products, which will be paid by the end consumer.

Apart from this, the tax regime also levies an additional 5% on making charges of gold jewellery. The additional charges have upshot the price of gold as there were no making charges in the previous taxation system. This rate is, however, a revised version which was initially set at 18%. The initial GST on making charges would have affected the prices of the finished products massively since end-consumers had to bear all the expenses. However, the 3% GST, the 10% import duty, and 5% making charges have made the yellow metal’s price increase by 0.75%.

Benefits of investing in gold

In its 3000 year history of trade, the price of gold has never dipped below zero. This is a very compelling fact when you pit gold against cash, whose value keeps is in a constant state of flux. This is only one of several reasons to put your gold to good use! Some of the other benefits of investing in gold are:

1) High Yield Returns: Gold is the best choice of investment if one is looking to make a low-risk investment for a high yield return.

2) Demand for Gold: In the wake of gold ETFs and Sovereign Gold bonds, the demand for gold has been constantly increasing.

3) Hedge Function- Gold functions as a hedging instrument against financial market fluctuations. This makes it a safe bet in the face of recession.

4) Liquid Asset- Being a liquid asset that can be transported and stored anywhere, gold can easily be sold or pledged against an instant loan.

5) Authenticity- Gold is a precious metal well known for its purity and value. This makes it easy to recognize high-quality gold which can simply be bought after verifying if the seller is authorized to do so.



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