Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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Govt Hopes To Reduce Tax Disputes With New Policy Measures

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Govt Hopes To Reduce Tax Disputes With New Policy Measures

Income Tax payers can expect quick and easy refunds.

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Income Tax payers can expect quick and easy refunds.

Got An Enquiry From The Tax Authorities? Here’s How To Handle The Situation

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Got An Enquiry From The Tax Authorities? Here’s How To Handle The Situation

Ceiling on tax-free gratuity doubled to Rs 20 lakh for private sector companies

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Ceiling on tax-free gratuity doubled to Rs 20 lakh for private sector companies

Bill proposes to enable Govt. to fix gratuity ceiling without amending the law

Tax Mistakes You Must Avoid

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Tax Mistakes You Must Avoid

Last-minute tax-saving decisions can leave you in mess. Preeti Kulkarni & Himali Patel point out the traps to avoid

Urban India’s Gift to Bharat

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Urban India’s Gift to Bharat

Union Budget 2018-19 was a much anticipated event because the salaried class expected govt to give away tax sops

LTCG and how to invest after it

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LTCG and how to invest after it

LTCG will have an impact on investing patterns and return, it is better to invest for longer duration

Budget Focuses On Farmers And Poor

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Budget Focuses On Farmers And Poor

Budget has announcements for agriculture & rural sectors, but expectations of salaried class have not been met

Expectations From Union Budget 2018

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Expectations From Union Budget 2018

As India looks forward to the presentation of Union Budget on 1st Feb 2018, expectations have started building up.

Why argument of LTCG is an untenable one

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Why argument of LTCG is an untenable one

Deven Choksey, MD, KR Choksey opines return of LTCG in Budget 2018 would be a negative for Dalal Street

GST Council prunes list of items in 28% slab

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GST Council prunes list of items in 28% slab

Now, only 50 items will attract the highest tax rate of 28%

PF, NPS and Superannuation

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PF, NPS and Superannuation

There is plenty to choose from when it comes to retirement savings, which can co-exist

Funds for stable investment

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Funds for stable investment

Tax efficiency is the hallmark of these funds and so is their high liquidity