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best mutual funds for lumpsum investment

Best Mutual Funds for Lumpsum Investment

What is Lumpsum Investment in Mutual Funds? An investor can invest in mutual funds in 2 ways either by investing a lump sum amount or through a Systematic Investment Plan (SIP). In a lump sum Mutual Fund investment, an investor...

equity share capital

Equity Share Capital

The total amount of equity shares associated with ownership of the company is the equity share capital. The equity share capital is also the difference between the total assets owned by the company minus all the liabilities on the balance sheet.

sebi guidelines for mutual funds

SEBI Guidelines for Mutual Funds

Investors considering investing in mutual funds should understand the SEBI guidelines for mutual funds. The SEBI MF Regulation of 1996 lays down the guidelines for the regulation of mutual funds in India. Under these guidelines, the asset management companies are...

stamp duty on mutual funds

Stamp Duty on Mutual Funds

If you're a regular investor in mutual funds, there's something you should keep in mind going forward. Stamp duty is now levied on mutual fund acquisitions or transfers. In every country, the government imposes taxes so that they can invest...

direct mutual funds

Direct Mutual Funds

Mutual funds are financial products that are managed by experts. They give an opportunity to investors who are willing to participate in the financial markets but do not have the time and knowledge to trade daily in the stock market....

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Form 13 Income Tax

What is Form 13 in Income Tax? TDS stands for “Tax Deduction At Source”. Form 13 For TDS Deduction is an Income Tax for Lower Deduction of TDS as per Section 197 of the Income Tax Act, 1961. TDS needs...

section 148

Section 148 Income Tax Act

The income tax department has the power to reassess or re-compute an individual’s previously filed income tax returns. The Assessing Officer (AO) has the power to pick your ITR for reassessment subject to fulfilment of prescribed conditions. The AO will...

operating margin ratio

Operating Profit Ratio

What is Operating Profit Ratio? The operating profit ratio is the amount of money a company makes from its operations. It demonstrates the financial sustainability of a company's basic operations prior to any financial or tax-related repercussions. As a result,...