The revamped Form 26AS will now come into effect from June 1, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) said.
SBI Latest FD Rates: The new rates of interest will apply to fresh deposits and renewals of maturing deposits.
People facing job loss or salary cuts may be in financial distress and need funds urgently to meet their day-to-day expenses.
Policyholders should take all possible steps to avert further damage. As insurance companies do not allow policyholders to make a profit out of a claim, therefore, any exaggeration of a claim will not be entertained.
In the Modified PMVVY, the interest rate will keep varying depending on the financial year in which the investment is made.
Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (PMVVY) is a pension plan available with LIC for senior citizens Under the plan, the maximum pension amount is limited to ₹10,000 per month
EPF calculation: In the CTC salary model, take-home pay goes up by 4% of wages before tax, but for others hike in take-home is at the cost of reduced total salary.
Home, Personal Loan EMI Moratorium: With the hardship continuing due to the ongoing lockdown, the RBI has extended the moratorium of term loans by a further three months till August 31, 2020.
Believe it or not but there are insurance policies which can help substitute your income in case of contingencies. Let’s understand the different types of insurance plans which help cover the loss of income in this pandemic
Before finalising your home-buying plans in the shadow of the Covid-19 crisis, you should take a moment to first understand how the pandemic is impacting the real estate sector.
RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das announced a cut in the repo rate by 40 basis points (bps) to 4 per cent,
The earlier deadline of three-month EMI moratorium was ending at May 31, 2020
Here is how the new RBI steps will impact the common man including borrowers, depositors and businessmen.
Initially an assured rate of return of 7.40 % per annum for the year 2020-21 per annum will be provided and thereafter to be reset every year.
“With this recent pandemic outbreak, the real estate sector is likely to be handicapped in the short term, impacting over 250 related industries and economic sectors."
It joins Japan, Germany and some other European countries in selling debt yielding less than 0 percent, reflecting the prospect the coronavirus pandemic will cause a severe global recession and bond-buying by central banks to mitigate its impact.