Indian Income Tax

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Indian income tax laws have various rules and regulations, and these are amended time to time. Hence, understanding these laws has become more complex, and one might ultimately end up paying much more taxes. However, there are various exemptions prescribed for certain investment options in the tax laws prevailing in India. If you are an Indian tax payer, and want to save your money spent on taxes, you need to know income tax laws in India thoroughly. You must also know the best available investment options in India. Tax4india would definitely direct you to all the information you wanted to know about tax, and also the best investment options available in the country.

'Tax 4 India' guides you on anything and everything related to the Indian tax system, and keeps you updated with the latest information. Our 'India Tax System' section explains various types of taxes prevailing in India, and their prerequisites. Here you can get information about tax laws related to income tax, wealth tax, service tax, etc. It also updates the amendments made to these laws. This section not only covers the tax rules and regulations, but also gives information about deductions and prerequisites. 'India Tax System' also covers provisions in law related to salary, perquisites, retirement benefits, capital gains, house property, TDS (Tax Deducted at Source). However, scope of this section is not limited to information about provisions in the income tax act. This section covers all basic concepts, amendments in Indian tax laws, and how money can be saved by investing in the framework of Indian tax laws.

The next segment 'Investment in India' answers all your queries regarding all the investment options available in India along with their comparison. For example, mutual funds, saving schemes, investment in art etc. It helps a tax payer to choose the investment option suitable to him/her. It also covers the financial planning process, portfolio management, derivatives etc. Hence, it covers the basic concepts which you must be aware of whilst dealing in Indian stock market. Not only this, it also includes information about foreign direct investments in India.

Other than these two segments, we have segments like 'Finance and economy in India', 'Banking' and 'Indian law'. 'Finance and economy in India' details the basic information about the important pillars of Indian economy like the Reserve Bank of India, money market, stock market etc. However, this segment is not only limited to that, but also includes some basic concepts about Indian economy and the financial markets in India. If you would like to invest your money in India, you need to know and understand these concepts before investing, in order to have profitable investments. Banking in any country is inseparable from the economy of that country. 'Banking' segment covers all the information about the role of the banking sector in Indian economy. The fact is that banking is one of the most important factors when it comes to investment. For example, if an individual plans to invest in Indian stock market, he/she needs to open a DMAT account with a bank to start their transaction. Under the 'Indian Law' segment, you will get information about the laws in India related to tax and investment.

Here, on 'Tax 4 India', we explain almost every detail related to tax laws prevailing in India, and the investment options an individual has in India. We hope this will help you figure out the best investment plan suitable for you, to save the money you spend on paying taxes every year. However, if you have any queries or suggestions, please feel free to contact us on tax4india@gmail.com . We wish you all the best for preparing your future investment plan to save your money spent on taxes.

Disclaimer: Tax 4 India website should not be construed as an exhaustive statement of the Indian tax law or any other law. In case of doubt, users are requested to refer to the relevant provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961 and the Income Tax Rules, 1962.
India Tax System
Income Tax
Service Tax
Wealth Tax
Sales Tax
Salary & Perquisites
TDS
Gift Tax
Capital Gains
Retirement Benefits
Housing Property
Partnership Firms
Trusts
VAT In India
Indian Budget 2009-10
Inflation
Corporate Tax in India
Tax Structure in India
Tax Planning for 2010
Investment In India
Savings Schemes In India
Mutual Funds
Insurance
FDI in India
Derivatives
Portfolio Management Services
ULIPs or Mutual Funds
Financial Planning Process
Risk and Return Analysis
Financial Instruments for Tax Saving
Estate Planning
Hedge Funds
Emerging Investment Avenues
Equity and Equity Capital
Investment in Art
Investments in Global Markets
Options Trading
Measures for Security and Portfolio Analysis
ULIP
ETF
Current Accounts
Working Capital
NRI Investments
Online Trading
Forex Trading
Day Trading
Types of Banks
Introduction to Depositories
Value and Growth Investing
Stock and Commodity Trading
Finance & Economy In India
Capital Market
Foreign Exchange Market
Fundamental Analysis
Money Market
Reserve Bank of India
Stock Markets
Technical Analysis
Economic Policies
Personal Finance
Corporate Finance
Economy of India
GDP India
Credit Crisis
Financial Ratios
Anti Money Laundering
Regulatory Environment
Financial Intermediaries
Securities and Exchange Board of India
Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority
Money and Its Importance
Banking
Role of Banks
Automated Teller Machine
Branch Banking
Internet Banking
Phone Banking and Mobile Banking
Banks as Financial Intermediaries
Demat Account
Demand Deposits
Term Deposits
Retail Loans
Investment Banking
Indian Law
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