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Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, November 12, 2020
Top BT500 companies grow at a fast pace, while others lag, mirroring trends in broader economy


Niti Kiran
New Delhi, November 12, 2020
It is raining dividends before the new tax rules kick in


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 2, 2020
The centre added that abolition of DDT would encourage low-income earners, who have total income up to Rs 5 lakh, to invest in capital market. Also, the decision will provide relief to a large class of investors


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 1, 2020
Budget 2020: Dividend Distribution Tax decision is likely to benefit small as well as non-resident taxpayers; DDT not only led to cascading taxation but also acted as an 'impediment' for non-resident investors who couldn't claim credit in home jurisdictions


Dipak Mondal
January 22, 2020
Union Budget 2020: It is being expected that the central government might remove the Dividend Distribution Tax (DDT) in the upcoming Budget 2020. Here's what this exactly means


BusinessToday.In
July 4, 2019
Withdrawal of capital gains tax can help bring stability in the market while making the investments in stock market and mutual funds more lucrative and beneficial for the investors. Removal of LTCG will help channelise more funds to markets either directly or through mutual funds.


Anurag Garg
New Delhi, January 29, 2019
Removal of tax on long term capital gain, increase in tax exemption limit and removal of dividend distribution tax can help bring stability in the market while making the investments in mutual funds more lucrative and beneficial for the investors.


Rakesh Nangia
January 23, 2018
Corporate bodies have started putting forward their expectations, the foremost being rationalisation of tax rates and withdrawal of surcharge and cess on Income Tax. The proposal of the Finance Minister, in the Budget of 2015-16, to reduce the tax rate from 30% to 25% in four years and reduction in the US tax rates are the reasons why the corporates are hoping for tax rate cut.


Gopal Jiwarajka
January 4, 2017
The financial inclusion-the jan dhan yojana to the financial revolution-the demonetization to demonetization are really appreciable and would go a long way to foster inclusive development of the country.


Niranjan Hiranandani
May 26, 2014
Narendra Modi needs to change the home loans prioritization, which is now 10 lakhs, to at least Rs 25 lakh for small towns and Rs 50 lakh for metro towns like Mumbai.


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