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Interest rate on small saving schemes cut by 0.1%
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Interest rate on small saving schemes cut by 0.1%

New Delhi - The government on Friday lowered the interest rate on small saving schemes, including Public Provident Fund (PPF), by 0.1 per cent for the period between April 1 and June 30. Accordingly, interest rates for small savings schemes are to be notified ... Sify, 3 weeks ago
Interest on PPF, small savings cut Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago

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Did you know that PPF gives you triple tax benefit?

The Public Provident Fund is one of the safest and convenient modes of investment for Indians. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The Public Provident Fund, or PPF, is a government backed small-saving scheme. Though initially started with the objective of providing social security during retirement to workers in the unorganised sector and for self-employed individuals, it has become a very popular tax-saving instrument. Here are some important points to keep in mind before investing in PPF.
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Sonam on National Awards: Didn't expect the critics award!

'I'm very, very happy.' Winners react after the 64th National awards announcement.From Akshay Kumar, Shoojit Sircar, Sonam Kapoor to Marathi film director Rajesh Mapuskar, the winners of the 64th National Film Awards said the recognition has given their cinematic journey a major boost.  Akshay Kumar, who won his first National Award for the courtroom drama Rustom, said it was an honour to get the country's top acting award. 'Thank you is a very small word right now ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 'Elated', 'overwhelmed': National award winners react  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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A quick primer on saving tax with investment & insurance under section 80 C

It's nearly the end of the financial year, and some of you may be trying to make a last-minute dash to buy investment and insurance products to save some taxes. You may be wondering what your options are. You may even be wondering what you're getting into ...
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Standard Life, Aberdeen agree merger, seek 200 million pound savings

By Simon Jessop and Carolyn Cohn LONDON (Reuters) - Investment managers Standard Life and Aberdeen agreed an 11 billion pound ($13.5 billion) merger that should save 200 million pounds a year in costs, pressuring rivals to follow suit as industry margins sag.
 Sify1 month ago Standard Life, Aberdeen eye deep cost cuts in 11 bln stg deal  Sify1 month ago Standard Life, Aberdeen seek cost-cuts from 11 billion stg deal  Sify1 month ago

Former IMF chief RodrigoRato gets four years sentence for embezzlement

[UK], Feb. 24(ANI): The former International Monetary Fund(IMF) chief Rodrigo Rato has been sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison for misusing corporate credit cards while in charge of two leading Spanish banks. According to the guardian, Rato, also a ...
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Meet the 27-yr-old who visited every nation in the world in 567 days

At 24, she had lost her purpose in life. “What was missing in my life was purpose, so, I bought a wall map and 8 entrepreneurial books to start the flow of curiosity and perception.” One of the books, she bought was the ‘The Happiness of Pursuit’ by Chris Guillebeau. Fast forward three years later, this girl has entered the history books by becoming the fastest person to visit every country in the world. She is also the first woman to visit every sovereign nation. Meet ...
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Centre pays higher price to keep pensioners happy

Government to pay disproportionately high interest for borrowings from savings, overturning a nearly two-decade-long process of reforms in the management of public debt. To keep the pensioners’ lobby happy, the Centre seems to have taken a retrograde step to manage its borrowings in FY18. It has decided to cut down on cheaper borrowings from the market to instead pick up costlier money from the high-cost National Small Savings Fund (NSSF). This will mean, in FY18, the Centre will pay out ...
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FinMin okays 8.65% interest rate on EPF

The bill to amend payment of gratuity Act in order to double the ceiling of tax-free gratuity to Rs 20 lakh, would soon be placed before the Union Cabinet for approval. Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya on Thursday said that the finance ministry has approved 8.65 per cent interest rate on EPF deposits for 2016-17. The minister's statement has laid to rest apprehensions among formal sector workers that they would get lower rate of interest than the 8.65 per cent approved by the Employees' ...
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FinMin ratifies 8.65% rate on EPF: Labour Minister

Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya today said that the Finance Ministry has approved 8.65 per cent interest rate on EPF deposits for 2016-17. The ministers statement has laid to rest apprehensions among formal sector workers that they would get lower rate of ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago
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