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Mar 05, 2015 at 17:33 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Under section 80 D for paying medical insurance premium earlier the deduction allowed was Rs. 15000 which has now been increased to Rs. 25000, which means by additional saving of Rs. 10000, the tax saving will be Rs. 3000 who are in 30% tax bracket and Rs. 1000 for those who are in 10% tax bracket.
Mar 05, 2015 at 12:00 | Source: SME Mentor
To help our SMEs and exporter community read the fine print of the Budget, we recently conducted a live chat with Mr. Ajay Sahai, Director General & CEO, Federation of Indian Export Organizations (FIEO).
Mar 01, 2015 at 14:02 | Source: CNBC-TV18
In a move to boost Indias lagging infra sector, the FM on Saturday announced the introduction of tax-free infra bonds for railways and roads apart from a National Investment & Infrastructure Fund worth Rs 20,000 crore.
Feb 28, 2015 at 17:03 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Allocation of INR 70,000 crores to Infrastructure sector, tax-free bonds for projects in rail road and irrigation, revitalising the PPP model for infrastructure development - are just some of the inclusions which will help growth of infrastructure and thereby the realty industry in the country.
Feb 28, 2015 at 13:40 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Mutual Funds NAVs closed with positive returns as the bulls staged a come back on Dalal Street just before the Union Budget on Friday supported Banks, capital goods and auto stocks.
Feb 28, 2015 at 12:44 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Presenting the Budget for 2015, Arun Jaitley has promised to abolish wealth tax and 2 percent additional surcharge. He also promised to rationalise and remove exemptions for corporates. He has also said that basic rate of corporate tax to be 25 percent for next four years
Feb 28, 2015 at 12:20 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Presenting the Budget for 2015, Arun Jaitley has promised to abolish wealth tax and 2 percent additional surcharge. He also promised to rationalise and remove exemptions for corporates. He has also said that basic rate of corporate tax to be 25 percent for next four years.
Feb 28, 2015 at 12:16 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
The Sensex is up 299.63 points or 1 percent at 29519.75 and the Nifty is up 88.55 points or 1 percent at 8933.15. About 1241 shares have advanced, 1177 shares declined, and 201 shares are unchanged.
Feb 28, 2015 at 12:00 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Presenting the Budget for 2015, Arun Jaitley has promised to rationalise and remove exemptions for corporates. He has also said that basic rate of corporate tax to be 25 percent for next four years.
Feb 28, 2015 at 11:32 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Presenting the Budget for 2015, Arun Jaitley has allocated Rs 25,000 crore for rural infrastructure. He has proposed Rs 1.25 lakh crore public investment for FY16. Investment in infra will go up by 'Rs 70,000 crore and has proposed tax-free infra bonds for road, railways & infra projects.
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SBI  

Naturally, he will say that, since PSU bank FDs and other taxable instruments are at a disadvantage relative to tax free bonds. But then again, with Sonia Gondhi herself investing 10 lakhs (at least) in tax free bonds (which certificates she apparently misplaced and took out a public advertisement

2.39 PM Jul 7th 2014

subasu

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will be taxed either at 10% without indexation benefit or @ 20% with indexation benefit. Dividend on shares Rs. 3000 will be shown in Schedule EI. Interest from HUDCO tax free bonds also will be shown in SChedule EI, Fill up the form ITR 2 (on line) and you will know whether you have to pay any tax.

10.36 AM Jul 7th 2014

whatsupji

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in Wipro.. I would invest all the 588Cr in tax free bonds 8.5% and get 49.98cr every year.. which would then be invested in wipro or other great companies.. Wipro with a dividend yield of just 1.3% .. is way too low.. return for such a great amount of money.. and doing this of getting yearly interest

10.24 AM Jun 26th 2014

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Dear Sreeni, Income Tax Exemption u/s 54EC in respect of Long Term Capital Gains is available with respect to investment in REC / NHAI Capital Gain Bonds. But, Interest Receivable on such bonds are Taxable, and not exempted. TAX FREE Bonds are different, wherein Interest is Tax Free

6.30 PM Jun 3rd 2014

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IFCI  

approval for tax free bond coming soon

1.31 PM May 19th 2014

avin 57

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Reliance  

1000lakh cr. x 11 states ,not a big amount for the development of the nation,,,,The real infra work.Work for lot of people and co.help from foreign also/internal fund raising INCOME TAX FREE bonds 8.5%....money will pour in.SEE BJP`S NEGATIVE ROLE...RIL can take up such projects and finish

7.42 PM May 14th 2014

narayansa

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If I sell some tax free bonds and make short term capital gain, can it be set off against carried forwrd short term losses in equities

11.25 AM May 14th 2014

rpasrija

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Good article. But what needs to be added here is that if the amount earned (e.g. interest earned from tax free bonds) is reinvested, the interest accrued from that would form a part of wife`s (spouse as the case may be) income. And hence one would be able to shift this amount to the lower tax

1.18 PM May 13th 2014

sreenivasho
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Shallu... these debentures come with lower coupon rates as they are tax free bond. Mainly targeted at tax savers and risk free investors. While I don`t get info on the interest rate offered on these bonds, I think it will be around 8% as it is tax free. That should provide REC a decent spread.

11.45 AM Apr 30th 2014

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Tax free bonds are good but they are not always available

1.21 PM Apr 22nd 2014

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