Category Archives: Section 80 C

7 Crucial Expenses To Know Before Tax Planning For FY 18-19

Tax-planning on your mind? Know all about these crucial expenses first.

Your Income Tax Exemption Guide For The Financial Year 2018-19

Worried about tax planning? Fret not! Here’s a consolidated list of deductions you can claim under different sections of the Income Tax Act.

7 Helpful Tips To Choose The Best Health Insurance Plan

Choosing a Health Insurance plan can be very easy if you keep some pointers in mind. Here’s help.

Top 5 Tax Saving Investment Plans

  When Frank Sinatra sang ‘Fly me to the moon…’ he probably wasn’t thinking that we humans would actually make living on the moon possible. Although that plan is for a couple of years away, you could always start saving up to make it to the moon. Tax saving investment plans could just be the… Read More »

5 No-brainers Before You Take Insurance

Choosing an insurance plan is like ordering with friends at a restaurant – the most popular person’s choice prevails.You perhaps do your own research, but end up choosing a plan that your friend has purchased. Does this sound like you? Well, it’s a golden rule of investing that what’s good for your friend may not… Read More »

6 Infuriating Tax Queries Answered

We are all usually surrounded by lot of questions related to investments, taxation, finance etc. In this article, we have handpicked 6 questions which are important and applicable to most of us. 1. How are tax rebates calculated for early payment of a home loan? Those who have availed a home loan usually have this… Read More »

Tax Implications on your Groovy Second Home

Humankind has spread its wings and made the moon its second home. While there are no tax implications of that (not yet at least!) there certainly are tax implications on your second home here on earth. We unlock the tax dreadlock for you. Tax implications for multiple properties Before getting into the details of tax… Read More »

Tax Implications on Life Insurance

Whether you are planning on buying a house, embarking on a new career path or just drawing lines for your children’s future, this hoary advice rings your ears: “Do your best, but be prepared for the worst.” Of course, you have paid heed to it and that’s the reason why you have bought insurance policies. You… Read More »

3 easy ways to beat the tax deadline

Some habits die hard. One such habit is jumping out of your seat when you get a rude shock. Jeevan, a senior editor with a media group, did just that – jump out of his seat – when he received a call from the accounts department telling him that he would receive only 40% of… Read More »