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February 4, 2009
It is the auditors' duty to verify the authenticity of information. Through due diligence, one can easily identify forged documents, if any.


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February 4, 2009
There is no provision in the Income Tax Act for any concession on education fee reimbursement given by an employer. Hence, your education reimbursement will be fully taxable.


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January 21, 2009
You can either visit your assessing officer with a copy of the acknowledgement of your income-tax return or write to the income-tax office enclosing the details.


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January 21, 2009
What pushed Raju to confess something he had so carefully hidden from the world for seven years? We look at the possible factors that may have triggered his decision to come clean.


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January 9, 2009
A wedding, a career shift or an investment plan for your kids - each occasion throws up opportunities to derive tax benefits.


Kamya Jaiswal
December 26, 2008
He has a knack for winning TV reality shows and recently pocketed Rs 61 lakh. But Ashutosh Big Boss Kaushik is in desperate need of an investment strategy.


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December 26, 2008
If you have lived in India for more than 182 days in a financial year, you will be considered a resident of India under the Income Tax Act. So your income, including the one earned abroad, will be taxable in India. However, you may get benefit under the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement.


Kamya Jaiswal
December 26, 2008
You are in the midst of the first world-wide economic slowdown and recovery seems a long way off for the global markets. So do you need to change your investment strategy? Money Today thinks so.What the Experts hope to do in 2009 How to invest in 20092009: A year of hope


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December 12, 2008
The Income Tax Act offers exemptions for certain categories of allowances. You can opt for some of these to minimise your tax outgo. Besides these, there are some tax-free allowances on which the employer has to pay the fringe benefit tax.


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November 29, 2008
S. Vinayak wants to know which investments qualify for tax deduction under Section 80C. Here are the avenues he can avail of.


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November 13, 2008
If the income-tax office has provided incorrect account details, you can resolve the matter by visiting ITO with the copies of the acknowledgement of your return and the bank statement with the account details.


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October 30, 2008
Anyone who works with the same company for more than five years is eligible to receive gratuity.


Narayan Krishnamurthy and Rakesh Rai
October 16, 2008
Unit-linked plans from insurers and funds offer several benefits, say Narayan Krishnamurthy and Rakesh Rai.


Sushmita Choudhury
October 16, 2008
No dependants doesn’t mean no planning. Singles need to focus on individual needs, says Sushmita Choudhury.


Suresh Sadagopan
October 15, 2008
Allocating resources in a good mix of growth and debt investments is essential. The risk profile of the portfolio should slowly go down as one gets closer to retirement.


Narayan Krishnamurthy
October 3, 2008
We take a look at the reasons behind the latest turmoil in the US and its impact on global markets.


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October 2, 2008
The monthly investment required to meet the goals of Raipur-based Thakur is higher than his current monthly income. So he must maximise the earning potential of his surplus.


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October 2, 2008
You are entitled to two types of deductions. One, on repayment of the principal amount, and the other on the interest paid on the loan.


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September 19, 2008
Entire STT payment will be treated as expenditure against the income from trading of shares.


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September 4, 2008
You can claim a deduction under Section 80C in your income-tax return for the life insurance premium paid on a policy taken on your own life, the life of your spouse or child.


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