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Budget 2017 to be historic; expect FM Jaitley to give importance to infra, power: Nitin Gadkari
Financial Express

Budget 2017 to be historic; expect FM Jaitley to give importan...

Nitin Gadkari expects Budget 2017 to be historic. (PTI file photo) Nitin Gadkari expects Budget 2017 to be historic. In an interview to ET Now, the Roads and Transport minister said, I expect the Finance Minister to give importance to the ... Financial Express, 20 hours ago
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You can claim a deduction of Rs75,000 for incurring expenses of disabled dependent

Also, a higher deduction of Rs1.25 lakh per financial year would be allowed if your sister falls in the category of severe disability ( i.e., having a disability of 80% or more) My sister is visually impaired. Since my parents demise 3 years ago, ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago
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Budget 2017: Do we expect an overhaul of personal income tax rates and slabs?

On a comparison of income threshold and peak rate of a few countries, it is observed that the income threshold considered for peak rate as well as the maximum tax rate in India is on the higher side. Parizad Sirwalla Akin to every year, there are ...
 Moneycontrol.com3 days ago You don't have to pay tax on these incomes  MSN News US1 month ago There is no tax on interest income of up to Rs3 lakh a year for senior citizens  Livemint.com1 month ago
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Holding period of property determines type of capital gains and taxes applicable

For inherited property, the cost of acquisition should be the cost at which the previous owner, who actually acquired the property other than by inheritance or gift, as increased by cost of improvements made later My mother had bought a house, which ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago
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A tax exemption is available if a property is received from a relative

With respect to the above transaction, it would be advisable to have documentation in place to substantiate the genuineness of the transaction and evaluate stamp duty implications I have two apartments of which I want to gift one to my daughter.
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago Property or money received from certain relatives is exempt from tax  Livemint.com1 month ago

Will I-T exemption limit be hiked?

Will Budget 2017 bring a lot of cheers for tax payers post the pain of demonetisation? Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has indicated that the benefits accruing to the government as a result of the move to ban old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes is likely to ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago Will income tax exemption limit be hiked to Rs 4 lakh? Chances are less!  Financial Express4 weeks ago

Expenses on renovation of self-occupied house do not qualify for tax benefit

For a let-out or deemed let-out property, irrespective of actual renovation or repair expenses, a flat standard deduction of 30% only is allowed Is the interest earned on my savings account taxable? I have earned an interest of Rs40,000 till ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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For inherited assets, period of holding is from the date of purchase by the owner

As per the recent amendment applicable from the financial year (FY) 2016-17 onwards, tax return filing has been made mandatory in respect of taxpayers with exempt LTCG arising from equity shares or equity-oriented mutual funds I own few equity ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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