Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme (RGESS), under which tax benefits of up to Rs 25,000 for small investors in equities have been proposed to be phased out, seems to have had limited takers with more than 4,500 accounts having no investments at all. DNA, 2 weeks ago
Union Budget 2017: Govt seeks to end tax benefits under Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme - First Post.com, 2 weeks ago
Govt to phase out tax sops on Rajiv Gandhi Equity Scheme - DNA, 2 weeks ago
The scheme was launched by the UPA govt to incentivise first-time investors to invest in equitiesBusiness Standard, 2 weeks ago Budget 2017: There could be more tax breaks for first-time equity investors Money Control, 1 month ago Budget 2017: Jaitley may give more tax breaks for first-time buyers of shares Money Control, 1 month ago
It goes without saying that all of us had a rather large wishlist of things that Finance Minister Arun Jaitley should have done on the savings and investment front. None of those have made it to the Budget and yet, I can't help saying that this is a good ...Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago Expert take: Attack on black money most crucial effort by Modi government DNA, 2 weeks ago
A key demand is to reduce the dividend distribution tax on listed firms, reports Shrimi Choudhary.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Worried over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks about increasing taxes on the securities markets, the broking community has urged the government not to increase the securities transaction tax (STT) and restore the rebates under long-term capital gains (LTCG). In a proposal to the government ahead of the Union Budget, the BSE Brokers Forum has said that ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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