0 1) One per cent TDS while buying. If you are buying a property for more than or equal to Rs. 50 lakh, remember that TDS (tax deducted at source) of one per cent of the total value has to be deducted before making the payment to the seller. You can pay the amount of … Read more BUYING A HOUSE?
0 The insolvency resolution process (IRP) is a one under the insolvency and bankruptcy code, 2016, where the national company law tribunal (NCLT) initiates a corporate insolvency resolution process (CIRP) when a company defaults on making payments to creditors. A financial creditors, operational creditors or corporate itself can file an application before NCLT for initiating … Read more HOW DOES THE INSOLVENCY RESOLUTION PROCESS WORK?
0 The stock market is on a rather weak wicket. In times like these, there is increased risk of giving in to emotions and taking wrong decisions that could hurt you financially. Here are some behavioral biases to watch out for and avoid. 1. Herding Say, the world and its uncle has been selling a … Read more BIASES TO OVERCOME IN A BEAR MARKET.
0 If you have a grievance against the stock exchanges, mutual funds or advisers, you can lodge a complaint with capital markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi). Note that other financial entities have other regulators. For example, banks are regulated by Reserve Bank of India, insurance companies by Insurance Regulatory and Development … Read more HOW TO FILE A COMPLAINT ON SEBI’S SCORES.