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May 05, 2017
Why You Should Begin Your Tax Planning EarlyArray
Mar 24, 2017
A handy checklist: 10 things to do before 31 March to save tax, secure your moneyIf you haven't done these, rush. Just six days left
Apr 11, 2016
British PM David Cameron to take tax plan to Parliament; faces grilling on personal investmentsBritish Prime Minister David Cameron is expecting to face harsh questions in Parliament about his personal investments after releasing some tax information over the weekend.
Jan 09, 2014
BJP asking right questions: Abolish all taxes barring IT and GSTIndia can provide a good government with 12 percent tax-GDP ratio. For this, we can abolish all taxes barring income tax and GST.
May 06, 2013
How to do effective tax and estate planningThe primary purpose of estate planning is to protect, preserve and manage the assets. Timely succession and estate planning is a key to hassle-free future for one and family.
Jan 28, 2013
Did you know that you get tax benefits for treating certain illnesses?Keeping medical expenses in mind, the Indian Income Tax Act's section 80 DDB, allows certain tax deductions you can claim when you spend towards treatment of certain diseases. To know more, read on.
Jan 11, 2013
Separate the investor and tax planner in youThe investor and taxpayer should separate from one another. Investments should be made based on outlook for the asset class. The taxpayer should use all tax breaks available to save on tax.
Feb 21, 2012
Tax planning: 9 wise ways to park your moneyOne of the reasons why tax saving schemes are popular is that not only is the invested amount exempted from tax, but the revenues generated in some cases are also tax free subject to prescribed limits.
Feb 18, 2012
Exploring App stores: Nokia apps for income tax planningIncome tax worries hover around us, during this time of the year. Nokia has listed a few apps that would help ...
Feb 02, 2012
Psst! Want to know how to save tax?If you are an aggressive investor, equities are good for you; conservative investors should stick to debt basket; those in other categories can choose a mix of both.