Promoters place trust in new tax havens
Indian business houses are setting up family trusts in places like Malta and Dubai to keep their money safe.
Bharat Bond may be good for savvy investors
The ETF - the first such product in the country - will invest only in AAA-rated bonds of public s...
Hoteliers to ring in New Year on happy note
Leading hotel brands keeping rates for Christmas and New Year celebration packages mostly unchang...
How will my gains from ultra short duration fund be taxed?
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Nitin Jain on 3 reasons to go for Bharat Bond ETF
Bharat Bond ETF is the cheapest as well as tax efficient fund. It also has daily liquidity. If the ETF takes off, I am very hopeful it will it can create a new category of asset class which will be bond ETFs and it can actually become a much bigger category than the current debt funds that we see today.
You could soon get the option to lower your EPF contribution. Should you go for it?
Financial planners say reducing contribution to the EPF will have far reaching implications for the employee.
Profiteering charges against Nestle India
The National Antiprofiteering Authority (NAA) has also directed the company to reduce prices ‘commensurately’ and mandated that the Director General Anti-Profiteering (DGAP) issues a showcause notice seeking explanation on why the penalty should not be applied. The DGAP has been directed to furnish compliance report in four months.
Bharat Bond ETF: Why to invest and who should invest?
Bharat Bond ETF is a target-maturity bond ETF, which will invest in underlying of similar maturities and track the newly-introduced Nifty Bharat Bond index.
BOJ deputy governor warns of risks, signals easy policy bias
BOJ will focus on risks to the economy as uncertainty over soft global demand cloud the outlook.
What an EU carbon border tax on steel, cement and aluminium might look like and who would be hit
The package will include a proposed "carbon border adjustment mechanism" for selected sectors to be introduced by 2021, according to a leaked Commission document, although design and feasibility details are still being worked out.
Additional 2% export benefits to end Dec 31; Government yet to give roadmap for garments, madeups
The additional 2% benefits under MEIS were announced in August to help exporters who had claimed that delayed Goods and Services Tax (GST) refunds were hurting business. With the additional benefits gone, the original incentive of 2%, 3% and 5% would remain till the time RoDTEP comes in place.
Should you prepay your education loan before the repayment period of 8 years?
The deduction is allowed for eight years or until the interest is paid in full, whichever is earlier. Further, there is no upper limit on claiming this interest deduction.
Share transfers to turn costlier from January next year
All transactions done on stock exchanges will have same stamp duty rates across the country.
Govt working on suggestions to create Rs 5k cr stressed asset fund: Secretary MSME Arun Kumar Panda
Indian MSME faces multiple challenges – out which is access to finance, cutting edge technology and asymmetry of information are some of the primary ones. The MSME Ministry is currently focused on improving the MSMEs access to financial help in their technological advancement.
I would be happier earning a fixed return of 9-10% now: Rajat Sharma, Sana Securities
Majority of the stocks are now valued below their fair price but I am still worried.
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