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  • Reverse mortgage products benefits banking sector 

    28th February, 2007 22:02

    Kalpana Morparia, JT MD, ICICI Bank is of the view that the reverse mortgage products will again bring more innovation into banking sector.

  • Is Budget unfavourable to corporates? 

    28th February, 2007 21:45

    So a mundane Budget it seems - almost non-sensational. But wait, the devil is in the details and the details don't quite favour corporate India. CNBC-TV18 reports

  • Budget's impact on venture capital industry

    28th February, 2007 21:38

    The Finance Bill, 2007 proposes to restrict the pass through status for Venture Capital Funds (‘VCFs’)/ Venture Capital Companies (‘VCCs’) to only income from inve

  • Infrastructure Sector–Tinkering with tax incentives

    28th February, 2007 21:34

    The 11th Five year plan 2007-12 estimates the need for investments in infrastructure at a staggering amount of Rs 14,50,000 crore (USD 320 billion).

  • Back to square one via ESOP tax

    28th February, 2007 21:25

    India Inc, which was demanding the abolition of Fringe Benefit Tax, or FBT, has been taken by surprise. Employees Stock Options will now be subject to FBT. The gov

  • Salient changes introduced in Service tax legislation

    28th February, 2007 21:17

    The Finance Minister has proved his political skills by refraining from the temptation of increasing basic service tax rate at the time when so much heat is create

  • Is the FM pumping money into a leaky pipe? 

    28th February, 2007 21:15

    The budget is out. But have the problems been solved? Has the FM walked the tight rope effectively? Will the FM reach the 1.5% fiscal deficit target in the next on

  • Budget's impact across sectors

    28th February, 2007 20:51

    Here's a sum up of the Union Budget's impact across sectors.

  • Budget 2007, a non-event from mkt and corporate perspective

    28th February, 2007 20:32

    According to experts, markets are a bit oversold and Budget 2007 was a non-event from market and corporate perspective. From the market point of view the budget wa

  • Tax rates offer marginal relief

    28th February, 2007 20:31

    The Union Budget has kept the tax rates unchanged, while there has been a marginal relief in terms of enhancement of the basic exemption limit by Rs 10,000 across

  • Colourless, odourless and tasteless budget

    28th February, 2007 20:09

    Only a couple of days ago Union Railways Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav showed us a vision of dedicated freight corridor, high speed trains, harnessing the potential o

  • Positively impacted sectors

    28th February, 2007 19:54

    The positives were the emphasis sought to be put on agricultural and rural development, as well as education, which would give a long term boost to the growth of t

  • Negatively impacted sectors

    28th February, 2007 19:44

    The negative surprises in the budget were for IT sector with MAT, dual excise duty on cement along with stock options or dividend distribution tax.

  • Budget 07 and ESOPs taxability

    28th February, 2007 19:34

    ESOP’s were taxable only at the time of sale of shares. Now, ESOPs qualify as Fringe Benefit Tax.

  • Union Budget, what's that?

    28th February, 2007 19:24

    For any beast of the stock market, there is one simple takeaway from this year's Budget: From next time, learn to ignore it, its just not worth the hype.

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