The new Income Tax regime effective from April 1, 2020, co-exists with the old Income Tax regime. It offers lower, concessional tax rates compared to the rates offered in the existing rates.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her Budget speech proposed to double the allocation for MSME sector, and set aside Rs 15,700 crore for the financial year starting April 1.
Electric Vehicle Industry in India: Experts feel that the time has come for the Modi government to push for the adoption of EVs as, according to an estimate, India will become the fourth largest market for EVs by 2040.
Business schools are rewriting their curriculum to make the learning process for budding managers more holistic and inclusive, with technology at its centre.
The gem and jewellery industry wants the Modi government to reduce customs duty on gold, withdraw of tax collected at source, cut in import duty on polished precious and semi-precious gemstones.
It is often noticed that investors get confused between IPOs and NFOs as they presume that both offer similar opportunities for investment because they are primary market offerings.
Gold to glitter more in 2021! Yellow metal to break records - Predictions
NPS vs APY: National Pension System and Atal Pension Yojana are government-run schemes and promise maximum benefits. While the NPS was launched in 2004, the APY was introduced in 2015.
The National Savings Certificate (NSC) is a popular small-savings tool. Promoted by the Central government, the NSC comes with guaranteed returns and tax-saving benefits.
Sovereign Gold Bonds: SGBs are government-backed securities. The bonds are denominated in grams of gold (999 purity). The RBI issues these bonds on behalf of the government.
PM Narendra Modi's call for Atmanirbhar Bharat during the pandemic has encouraged local companies to boost manufacturing and people are now searching for more India-made products. This emotional call has shed light on the importance of using homemade products in boosting the economy and simultaneously transforming the local businesses.
The pandemic not only added to the unemployment rate but also halted the hiring process and no organisation has been left untouched by the impact of Covid-19 and it continues to disrupt many sectors
Facebook is mired in controversy for a long time in the country. Back in August, Rahul had cited another report to say that Facebook’s policies were allegedly biased and favoured the ruling BJP due to its business interests. India is Facebook's biggest market in terms of active users.
The drive will begin from Makar Sankranti (January 15) and conclude on February 27 on the occasion of Magh Poornima and birth anniversary of Sant Ravidas.
Swadeshi Jagran Manch suggested that MSP should be guaranteed to farmers and purchases below the MSP should be declared illegal.
Term insurance plans have become extremely popular in recent times. People are attracted to term plans over traditional life insurance policies because of high sum assured at very low premiums.
The material most commonly used to make the disposable mask is polypropylene. It is a form of plastic and poses serious threat to environment.
The fear about the mandi system collapsing and farmers losing their money, nothing of the sort is written in the new farm laws. Had the government established communication with the farm unions and the farmers through the established set of channels, the situation would have been well averted.
The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has called for a nationwide law against 'love jihad'.
The online education industry in India has come a long way. There was a time when people couldn't make up their minds to subscribe to an online class for their kids. Things, however, have changed a lot, credit to the Covid-induced lockdown.