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5 Investment Options For Salaried Employees

5 Investment Options For Salaried Employees

Real happiness is receiving SMS on the cellphone which reads “Salary credited to Account no. XXXXXXXXXX”. The feeling of getting paid for the work we have done is amazing. But this feeling shades away in darkness when one doesn’t save his/her salary for facing tough times of life. In comparison with businessmen, salaried employees are […]

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Demonetization: Has India moved towards being a cashless society

By on July 7, 2017 in Trade Policies with 0 Comments
Demonetization: Has India moved towards being a cashless society

November 8, 2016 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi announces demonetization of 500 and 1000 rupee notes in an effort to curb black money and move India towards being a cashless society.  It’s been over eight months since that landmark event, an event touted by some to be the biggest economic reform since independence. Although the […]

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GST ( Goods and Services Tax) – Part 2

By on July 1, 2017 in Trade Policies with 0 Comments
GST ( Goods and Services Tax)  – Part 2

The previous blog was an introduction to the goods and services tax that will come into effect from the 1st of July, 2017. This blog is a further extension of it and explains how will GST affect our lives. Some facts about GST in India Since the goods and services tax is a destination based […]

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GST ( Goods & Services Tax ) – Part 1

By on July 1, 2017 in Trade Policies with 0 Comments
GST ( Goods & Services Tax ) – Part 1

  The Goods and Services Tax ( GST ) is scheduled to come into effect from the 1st of July, 2017. In what is perhaps the biggest economic reform in India’s history, the goods and services tax will overhaul the whole taxation structure, bringing India at par with other developed countries like France, Japan, United […]

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Economic Protectionism in America: How much does India need to worry

By on May 18, 2017 in Trade Policies with 0 Comments
Economic Protectionism in America: How much does India need to worry

Late on November 8th 2016, as the results of the U.S presidential election started pouring in, it became increasingly clear that contrary to all opinion and exit polls, the republican nominee Donald Trump was on his way to the white house. As was expected, this also led to widespread apprehension in major international economies ( […]

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