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The Way To Become $5tn New India Is Through Rural Bharat

Rajiv Singh 0 94 Article rating: No rating

The Union Budget presented by the country's first full-time woman finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman has disappointed the farm sector. Despite the stress on 'Grameen Bharat' in the Union Budget speech with the slogan of 'Gaon, Garib aur Kisan’, the Budget was disappointing with no major policy breakthrough.  The government should press the reforms button and accelerate investments in the farm sector to make India a $5 tn economy.

Consumption, lost plot? Automobile sales in slow lane. Consumer loan companies are not gung-ho

Kumar Shankar Roy 0 2102 Article rating: 3.9

India is one of the largest consumption markets in the world. As the second most populous nation, it has a clear demographic advantage --- the working age group 21-59 accounts for 62.5% of population.  India hopes to be $5 trillion economy by 2025.  But, how can India achieve this when macroeconomic indicators point towards a slowdown? 

With Polls & Union Budget Over, Now The Markets Await Corporate Earnings

Kumar Shankar Roy 0 146 Article rating: 5.0

The 2019 Lok Sabha elections gave an outcome that was better than Mr. Market expected. With the Union Budget over, the markets anxiously await the India Inc. earnings.  If the stock markets have to convincingly move higher, support from earnings is a must. The focus is shifting to fundamentals amid a weaker backdrop for earnings in general and consumption in particular. Will the earnings deliver this time or disappoint? 

You Must File ITR Even If You Pay High Power Bills Or Costly Overseas Trips

Balwant Jain 0 274 Article rating: 4.0

July 31 is the last date to file Income Tax Return (ITR) for FY 2018-19. In her maiden Budget, the country's first full-time woman finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman had proposed several changes in ITR filing that taxpayers should know if they are planning to submit their returns.  A taxpayer is liable to pay late ITR filing fees of maximum of Rs 10,000. Individuals whose income is below taxable limit will not have to pay the penalty even if they fail to meet the deadline for filing ITR.

Your Credit Card Is Not Just Another Payment Tool. Consider These Tips...

Adhil Shetty 0 236 Article rating: 5.0

Your credit card is not just another payment tool, you’re most likely not using it to the fullest. You must understand how your credit card works and what its primary and tertiary benefits are -- things that should ideally be factored in while choosing a particular credit card. Find out the handy tips on how to use your credit card



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