Day: November 14, 2020

WhatsApp: Five features you should try out now

WhatsApp is one of the most used messaging services in India. The app has a lot of features that are hidden in the settings section. While you might be aware of most of the features, there are still a few that you might not have witnessed in the app yet. We have made a list

India Post Recruitment 2020 – Gramin Dak Sevaks and Other 1634 Posts

India Post Office Jobs Recruitment Notification 2020.India Post Office inviting applications for the positions of Branch Postmaster (BPM), Assistant Branch Postmaster (ABPM) and Dak Sevak.Interested and Eligible candidates can apply for the positions. Last Date for Submission of Application is on December 11th, 2020. Post and Vacancies: As per the India Post Office notification, overall

Income tax benefits to help clear unsold homes; builders may cut prices

New Delhi, Nov 12 (PTI) Home developers facing liquidity crunch may reduce rates to clear their unsold inventories following the government providing income tax relief, realty industry said on Thursday even as they pointed out that overall housing prices are unlikely to come down as builders are already working on thin profit margins. The government

Investments for Children: How and where to save money for your child

When it comes to saving for children’s education needs, the role of both equity and debt asset-classes becomes important. The reason to choose one over the other should be determined by the number of years to the goal rather than the risk appetite of an investor, which anyhow needs to be considered. Also, between Sukanya

How to check income tax refund status online: Step-by-step guide

If you’ve paid higher taxes to the government in FY 2019-20, then filing of income tax return (ITR) is mandatory if you want to claim a refund from the department. Once you file your ITR, the income tax department does the assessment and refund, if any, gets credited directly into your pre-validated bank account. If

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