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5 Reasons Why You Can Expect an Income Tax Notice

As an Indian taxpayer it is very essential that you file your tax returns carefully. To understand the most common tax filing errors typical taxpayers make, you could refer to our article. But despite your best efforts, there can be certain situations because of which you receive a notice from the Income Tax Department. The notice might inform you that […]

June 21st, 2015|0 Comments

How To Revive Your Credit Score

Have you ever taken your credit score seriously? Or try to understand the importance of it in your financial planning?

Well if you don’t, you must start now.

For starters, Credit Score is the calculation representing your credit risk at a moment in time, based on information found on your credit report. A credit score reflects credit payments pattern over time, with […]

June 14th, 2015|0 Comments

Is Pre-Approved Loan for Purchasing Home a Good Option?

The idea of getting your home loan approved before you’ve finalized the estate sounds good. Isn’t it!! But does it carry the secure consequences?

Pre-Approved loans are basically loans offered by banks before the borrower decides on the property, on the bases of clean track record of loan payment history or regular salary of the borrower. Bank judges the eligibility on […]

June 8th, 2015|0 Comments

End of the Tax Year Questions to Ask Yourself

Managing your finances and understanding the taxation system can be a difficult for most taxpayers. And as the financial year ends, it is important that you take steps to work out the tax you need to pay. Similarly, it is important that you make use of all the available options so that that you save on the payable tax as […]

May 31st, 2015|0 Comments

Peer to Peer Lending: How Investors Make More Money

In India, most people invest money in fixed deposits. Very few people invest in stocks due to unpredictability of returns and risk associated with the stock market investment. If you are in a situation where you are looking to invest in fixed deposits, we would say that you can get better returns using peer to peer lending than fixed deposits […]

May 23rd, 2015|0 Comments

Investments that can reduce your Tax

As an investor, you’re probably always on the look out for those investment opportunities that can earn you the maximum of returns, minimize risks and increase stability of your portfolio. Besides these key factors, you should also look for the savings on the taxes available through tax saving instruments. There are various such instruments available in India today and the […]

May 23rd, 2015|0 Comments

How to eFile Your Income Tax Returns

Filing your income tax return is very easy thanks to the various online portals available today. Whether you are an individual or HUF taxpayer, business person or NRI, you can choose the portal that best suits your taxpaying needs. But, to begin with, you must choose the right portal.

How to Choose the Right Tax Portal

  1. The portal must offer the forms […]
May 23rd, 2015|0 Comments

End of the Year Tax Questions to Ask Yourself

Managing your finances and understanding the taxation system can be a difficult for most taxpayers. And as the financial year ends, it is important that you take steps to work out the tax you need to pay. Similarly, it is important that you make use of all the available options so that that you save on the payable tax as […]

May 23rd, 2015|0 Comments

10 Tax Filing Mistakes to Avoid

Like we have discussed in the other articles, the Indian taxation system can be a complicated process to follow. It is essential that you file your returns according to the newest regulations and policies. This is because any errors you make can earn you penalties. In this article, we have for you a list of nine common errors most taxpayers make. […]

May 21st, 2015|0 Comments

Save Income Tax Through Your Family

According to the law, every individual is allowed an income slab of up to Rs. 2,50,000 on which tax need not be paid. If your income goes above this level, you can use your family members to disperse your sources of income. In this way, the the income is distributed among more individuals and since each is allowed tax exemption […]

May 17th, 2015|0 Comments