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The Budget 2013-14, presented by Finance Minister P Chidambaram on the last day of February, dashed taxpayers' hopes of more exemptions and proposed quite a few changes that may impact your finances.
A fable about both the need for innovation and the challenges in implementing it.
Experts say investing through e-gold, or an electronic way to buy the yellow metal, is more cost effective in the long term.
The IMF now recognizes that capital flows also bring risk, but its new position on capital controls does not go far enough, says Kevin P. Gallagher.
Changes announced in Budget 2013 in tax rates on specific items will impact prices of goods that you use everyday. Here's how -
The UPA government will do its best to follow its economic agenda, but it will be naive to expect breakthrough reforms.
Under Apple's new 'Buy Back' scheme, you can now buy an iPhone 4 for just Rs 19,500 by exchanging an old smartphone.
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