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KEEP IT SIMPLE THE NEW ACT WILL COMBINE ALL DIRECT TAXES SUCH AS INCOME TAX AND FRINGE BENEFIT TAX INTO ONE DIRECT TAX CODE
Investor or Trader What is the tax rate applicable to profits earned on share trading? Most “knowledgeable” people that I popped this question to responded with 10%.
One tax to rule them all Asuccession of finance ministers has industriously chipped away, for the last 20 years, on achieving a remarkable transformation of India’s tax system.
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