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Jan Dhan accounts more vulnerable to frauds: RBI

Jan Dhan accounts more vulnerable to frauds: RBI

Mundra highlighted a recent case where an idle account was used for receiving and transferring large funds without the knowledge of the accounts holder. Mumbai : Raising concerns that Jan Dhan accounts can be misused by 'money mules', RBI on May 23 warned ... Asian Age, 1 month ago
RBI: Jan Dhan may be misused Asian Age, 1 month ago

7 images for funds transfer scheme

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Deutsche MF registration cancelled

Securities market watchdog SEBI on Monday cancelled the registration of Deutsche Mutual Fund following transfer of its schemes to DHFL Pramerica MF. The Indian AMC business of Deutsche MF has been acquired by Pramerica MF. In a statement, SEBI said it has ...
 Business Line1 month ago Sebi cancels registration of Deutsche MF  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Central funds transfer to states declined 0.3 per cent in FY16: RBI

The decline is due to discontinuation of many centrally sponsored schemes (CSS) announced in the Budget 2015-16. Referring to the Goods and Services Tax (GST), the report said that despite several reform measures, goods and services continue to be bogged down ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Direct benefit transfer to be used for fertiliser subsidy:Govt

Government today said it plans to extend the direct benefit transfer (DBT) scheme for health insurance, even as trials are on to use the programme for fertiliser subsidy to check leakage of funds. Responding to queries in Lok Sabha during ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Sebi is pushing MFs to merge investment plans

The market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is aggressively pushing mutual funds to merge schemes with similar investment themes as part of its efforts to reduce the number of open-ended schemes being offered by the domestic asset ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

For panchayats, financial freedom is a distant dream

The Finance Commission has substantially increased the allocation of funds to panchayats, but a large part of it is apportioned by state governments. By increasing the share of states in the divisible tax pool to 42 per cent from 32 per cent earlier, the 14th Finance Commission ushered in a monumental change in the fiscal architecture of the country. Yet, while this marks a significant step towards greater fiscal decentralisation, the devolution process has not been taken to the lowest level ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Sukanya scheme attractive even without tax benefit

Many hurdles that investors could have faced after enrolling for the scheme have been removed. The government has announced several changes for those who want to invest in the Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (SSY) this financial year. Now, an account can be opened for an adopted daughter. And, only a girl child residing in India can be a beneficiary. Premature closure of an account, in case of a medical emergency, has been made easier. Deposits can be made till a girl turns 15. While there have been ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Akshay Tritiya: Does it make sense to buy gold?

Look at gold bonds or gold monetisation scheme instead of buying physical gold I was talking to a friend recently on his plan to buy gold on Akshay Tritiya this Monday. Till last year, he had bought physical gold coins on this day. This year he is unsure. When I asked him why he bought gold coins on Akshay Tritiya in the first place, he said it was was only on account of tradition. A gist: Friend: I ensure I account for it as an investment towards the cost of my children’s marriage ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Final Results  London South East4 hours ago

The thin line between tax avoidance and evasion

Over the last two years, despite an amnesty scheme, only about Rs 2,500 crore of taxes have been recovered, says A V Rajwade. Investors in mutual funds in India were recently asked to sign declarations relating to Fatca, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act of the US. This Act is one indication of how tax authorities in most countries are trying to tighten tax collection, from both individuals and companies. Fatca predates the recent publication of the so-called Panama Papers, which has ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

To demat or not to demat mutual funds?

Here are some pros and cons… Why dematerialisation? In the modern financial world, the benefits of holding share and security investments in dematerialised format is known to many. However, the consequences of holding or not holding mutual funds investments in the demat form, may not be that well known. How is mutual fund demat  different? Mutual funds differ from shares and securities. The intrinsic value of share and security certificates, are greater than that for mutual fund ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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