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Foreign Direct Investment or FDI

Foreign Direct Investment or FDI

Foreign Direct Investment, or FDI, is one of the most important conduits for cross-national direct investment. Unlike FPIs, an investor in one nation can own a controlling position in any business or organization in a foreign country that receives the investment....

What are Liquid Funds And Who Should Invest In Them?

What are Liquid Funds And Who Should Invest In Them?

Liquid funds are debt funds that invest in short-term assets such Treasury bills, government securities, repurchase agreements, certificates of deposit, and commercial paper. Liquid funds are only permitted to invest in debt and money market instruments with...

What is the difference between BSE and NSE?

What is the difference between BSE and NSE?

The stock market is a marketplace where investors and traders can trade securities with the use of brokers. The BSE and NSE are the main stock exchanges in India. BSE and NSE stand for "Bombay Stock Exchange" and "National Stock Exchange," respectively. Both BSE and...

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)

What is Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)? The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) is India's and Asia's oldest stock exchange. It is a member of the "$1 trillion clubs," with a market capitalization of $2.2 trillion, making it the 11th largest. The BSE stock exchange was...

Stock Broker: History & Types of Stock Brokers

Stock Broker: History & Types of Stock Brokers

Who is a Stock Broker? A Stock Broker, often known as a broker, is a securities market representative. Their key job responsibilities include obtaining and executing buy and sell orders. To invest in stocks and other investment alternatives, market participants or...

Credit Card against Fixed Deposit (FD)

Credit Card against Fixed Deposit (FD)

Credit cards are widely used around the world because they provide instant credit. They are regarded as a blessing because they make spending simpler and more convenient. Furthermore, you are not required to carry cash at all times. Banks, on the other hand, do not...

GST on Freight Charges- Who can pay and exemptions

GST on Freight Charges- Who can pay and exemptions

When a Goods Transport Agency (GTA) is required to pay tax on a specific freight service at a specific rate, this is referred to as GST on freight. When it comes to the GST rate on freight charges, there are two alternatives. This tax may be paid by GTA at a rate of...

Difference Between GST and VAT

Difference Between GST and VAT

GST, or Goods and Services Tax, has cast a shadow over India's indirect taxation system, which includes VAT, excise duty, and service tax. The fundamental reason for this is because taxes no longer have a cascading effect on the economy. VAT (Value Added Tax) is a...

Section 143(1) of the Income Tax Act

Section 143(1) of the Income Tax Act

Intimation letter under section 143(1) of the Income Tax Act Once an assessee files a return for a given assessment year, it is sent to the department for processing. The assessee receives an intimation from the income tax department under Section 143(1) once the...

Development of Banking System in India

Development of Banking System in India

Commercial banks (both public and private), Regional Rural Banks, Cooperative Banks, etc. our banking system. The nationalization of banks is one of the significant events in the development of the Indian banking system. The event paved the way for India's economy to...