National Savings Certificates
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - New Delhi, Aug. 26: Investments in five-year National Saving Certificates (NSC) may continue to give you tax benefits even after the Direct Taxes Code (DTC) comes into effect. The Government aims to introduce the DTC system, which will replace the decades-old Income
10.05 AM Aug 27th 2012
years time frame like putting your money in FD in Bank or National Saving Certificate in post office. Do you see your FD certificate everyday ?. You have to have patience and if you don`t have then it is better to exit not only from RKDL but from stock market....StockChamp01
3.32 PM Jun 19th 2012
Kissan Vikas Patras one has to wait for 8 years and 7 months to see his investment doubled. Secondly anybody can encash the KVPs at the time of maturity. National saving certificates it will take 6 years to see his investment doubled. NSCs are taken by employees to save income tax to save 10
8.32 PM Apr 12th 2012
Source:Money Rediff News Report - The rates of return offered on small savings schemes - those of the post office, Public Provident Fund and National Savings Certificate - have been increased by up to 50 basis points (bps) from April 1. Beside good rates, the returns are tax-free.
10.25 AM Mar 28th 2012
Source:Economic Times - The small saving schemes will fetch a higher return from the next fiscal after government announced adjustments in the rates in line with the higher market rates. The schemes will fetch 0.2% to 0.5% higher rates, a finance ministry release said. A 10-year National Savings
1.47 PM Mar 27th 2012
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - New Delhi, March 26: There is good news for people investing in small saving schemes such as Post office time deposits, National Saving Certificates (NSC) or Public Provident Fund (PPF). The Finance Ministry has increased the rates by up to half a percentage point
11.32 AM Mar 27th 2012
Mutual Funds (ELSS), Term deposits, NSC (National Savings certificates), Long term infrastructures bonds, house loan principal repayment, stamp duty and registration fees on purchase of house property will loose tax benefits. The GST on the other hand, is a value added tax, which will replace all
11.20 AM Mar 26th 2012
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