Section 194K - TDS on Income from Mutual Funds The section 194K of Income-tax Act, 1961 was omitted from the act in the year 2016 to provide advantages to shareholders and increase liquidity in their hands. However, to maintain the same advantage a new tax regime has been re-introduced in the year 2020. Table of Content: 1 Comparing Old Tax Regime v/s New Tax Regime 2 What is the rate of TDS u/s 194K 3 Who’s responsible to deduct..
Ever since the Covid-19 was declared as a pandemic in early March 2020, equity markets and bond markets all over the world as well as in India have collapsed. Foreign investors sold equities and debt securities in the Indian markets. The massive sell-off in the debt markets led to a crash in prices and rise in yields. India's financial sector is under intense strain, grappling with a liquidity crisis. In such unprecedented times, Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund ('FT India') is anot..
This write up is the sequel to my previous article on Mutual Fund, if you have not read it yet, you can check it out at Mutual Fund - The Beginning. In this write-up, I am going to touch upon various terminologies/jargon used in mutual industry (i.e NAV, Sharpe Ratio, Beta, Standard Deviation, Factsheet, etc.), different alternatives to invest in mutual fund (i.e Direct and Regular) and finally, I will share information on how to select a mutual fund scheme, which is divided into two steps 1..
Hello Readers, Trust you are all are safe, amid COVID 19. COVID 19 has rendered our economy in a very bad position, the stock market has fallen like anything. To capitalize this fall, I was going through various investment opportunities. What I realized is there are a plethora of instruments available in the market. One which particularly fascinated me was the Mutual Fund. I have done a lot of research on it and came across nitty-gritty of the mutual fund. So I decided to share my resea..