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How to Save Income Tax for Salaried and Professionals for FY 2018-19?

How to Save Income Tax for Salaried and Professionals for FY 2018-19 We are releasing the eBook on Tax Planning which tells you how to save income tax for FY 2018-19 (AY 2019-20) for both Salaried and Professionals. This is a short 43 slide power point presentation (in pdf) which covers all the tax saving sections and investments applicable for tax payers. But before that lets look […] Continue reading →

Investment Risks and How to deal with them

Investment Risks and How to deal with them? With popularity of Mutual Funds you must have heard “Mutual fund investments are subject to market risks. Please read the offer document carefully before investing“. But are only mutual fund investments have risk and other investments are risk-free? In fact you might not realize but what you consider as “Safest” also carries some risk. This post tells you […] Continue reading →

Should you Choose to be Employee or Independent Consultant from Taxation Perspective?

Employee Vs Consultant - The Tax Angle Few people while taking up a new job have the flexibility to work as an employee or independent consultant (also known as contractor or freelancer). If planned properly consultants have lower tax outgo for the same CTC (Cost to company). With Budget 2016 introducing presumptive taxation for some professionals like legal, medical accountancy, architect, IT […] Continue reading →

13 Investments to Generate Regular Income

Investments to Generate Regular Income There can be several situations when we look for regular income. This is especially true for people after retirement without any pension. Also there would be new entrepreneurs who need regular income until their start-up stabilizes. We tell you 13 investments which can generate regular income for you along with their pros and cons. 1. Bank Fixed […] Continue reading →

NPS – Maturity, Partial Withdrawal & Early Exit Rules [updated 2019]

NPS: Maturity, Partial Withdrawal and Early Exit Rules The government wants NPS (National Pension Scheme) to be the preferred investment vehicle for pension planning for majority of its citizens. Unfortunately as it happens with most of Government plans, NPS too has flaws which are holding investors back. To encourage investment in NPS, PFRDA (Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority) which regulates it have made […] Continue reading →

Voluntary Provident Fund – A Good Tax Saving Retirement Option!

VPF - A Good Tax Saving Retirement Option Retirement planning is one of the most important financial goals in life of a person. Most of us have heard about Employee Provident Fund (EPF) and (Public Provident Fund) PPF for building retirement corpus but do you know how can you leverage Voluntary Provident Fund (VPF) to add zing to your corpus? What is Voluntary […] Continue reading →