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ITR filing FY18-19

Now get instant capital gains statement on ETMONEY for all your mutual fund investments

This new feature solves the hassle of browsing multiple mutual fund websites to collate statements and then calculate net gains or losses on the investments each financial year.

Centre’s draft tenancy law proposes cap on security amount, penalty for overstay

To avoid a controversial debate, the draft law proposes that laws to be notified by states won’t have any retrospective effect.

Finance ministry may look into taxation of employee stock ownership plans

FinMin plans to review the entire framework to make the compensation tool attractive for employees.

Rs 10,000 crore worth 6th tranche of CPSE ETF to open on July 18

The government is planning to raise up to Rs 10,000 crore from the sixth tranche of CPSE ETF.

Deposits in Jan Dhan accounts cross Rs 1 lakh crore

Deposits in Jan Dhan accounts cross Rs 1 lakh crore

The deposits in the account of the beneficiaries, which has been steadily rising, was Rs 99,649.84 crore on June 6 and Rs 99,232.71 crore in the wee

Oriental Bank of Commerce cuts MCLR by up to 10 bps

MCLR for overnight and one-month loan tenor has been reduced by 10 bps to 8.20 per cent and 8.25 per cent, respectively.

Residents stare at the prospect of a 33%-or-above hike in property tax

The Fourth Municipal Valuation committee has justified the recommendation for 33% hike based on assessment of the civic body’s finances.

Paying cash at toll plaza may put you in the slow lane

Soon, there will be longer queues at tolls as the government looks to promote FASTags and prune cash transactions.

SBI takes first cue from RBI governor, lowers lending rates by 5 bps

The new rates, effective Wednesday, is the third reduction by SBI in this financial year having cut the rates by 5 bps each in April and May.

Budget extends tax on NRIs for receiving gifts from resident Indians

Budget extends tax on NRIs for receiving gifts from resident Indians

But now, all gifts to NRIs will be income accruing in India and would be taxed as per the normal slab rates applicable to resident Indians

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