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Don’t assume that capital gains will attract 10% or 0% tax. The IT department has other ideas
R Natekar, an investor, has a major worry. He says, "Part of the argument for retail investors to invest in stocks is the bonanza handed out by the Finance Minister in the budget of 2005 when long term gains was reduced to zero and short term capital gains to 10%." Simultaneously, the introduction of...
Inheriting shares is not simple. Different people are using different solutions
If the late Dhirubhai Ambani left a messy legacy that saw his sons fight a nasty battle for control over his immense wealth and sprawling empire, how much worse must it be for those who have a few precious shares to decide how they must be divided or bequeathed to their heirs?
Inheritance of shares and the ease...
It is like handing over signed blank cheques. But investors are doing just that
India is in the early stages of a big economic boom and investors want to believe that the good times will last forever. But when the inevitable downturn occurs, the same investors will complain incessantly and blame the regulator for the fact that they signed away control over their bank and depository accounts...