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National Pension Scheme in India

Corporate Law - CMA Amit Bansal 1. What is National Pension Scheme? The National Pension System (NPS) is a defined-contribution pension system operated by the Government of India. Contribution can be made by Employee himself or his Employer. Also any person not in Employment i.e. Self Employed can also contribute to NPS. 2. Who control NPS in India...

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Continuity of EEE and EET model of tax savings

Corporate Law - Domestic savings are crucial, both for the national economy as well as for the people who save, particularly during recessionary times. This was proved once again, wherein unlike many Western countries, India remained fairly insulated from the recent global economic slowdown due to its relatively high level of savings. Ideally one should ...

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NPS to observe Service Fortnight from June 27 to July 9, 2016

Corporate Law - National Pension System (NPS) to observe Service Fortnight from June 27 to July 9, 2016; Fortnight long campaign aims at awareness creation, service orientation and information dissemination along with subscribers registration. ...

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Official amendments to the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority Bill, 2011

Corporate Law - 1. that the subscriber seeking minimum assured returns shall be allowed to opt for investing his funds in such schemes providing minimum assured returns as may be notified by the Authority; 2. withdrawals not exceeding 25 per cent of the contribution made by subscriber will be permitted from the individual pension account subject to the ...

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Public Comments and Stakeholders' Views Invited on the Report Submitted by Committee to Review Implementation of Informal Sector Pension

Corporate Law - A Committee to Review Implementation of Informal Sector Pension was constituted under the Chairmanship of Shri G N Bajpai former Chairman, SEBI, LIC and also member of PFRDA NPS Trust. The Committee has submitted its report on 1st July, 2011. The report is accessible on http://pfrda.org.in/indexmain.asp?linkid=180. Pension Fund Regulatory...

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New pension policy – PFRDA to retain 50 per cent cap on equity investment

Corporate Law - Pension regulator, PFRDA, today said that it would like to maintain the 50 per cent limit on investment in equities for the new pension fund, regardless of the recommendation of the Bajpai committee. We think that at the current stage of pension market in the country, investing more than 50 per cent in equities is not going to be fair to ...

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Govt introduces Bill to give statutory power to PFRDA

Corporate Law - Taking forward financial sector reforms, the government today introduced a long-pending PFRDA Bill in the Lok Sabha to give statutory status to interim pension regulator and promoting old age income security. The Bill, introduced by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, provides for establishing a statutory regulatory body to be called the P...

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New Bill to replace existing ULIP ordinance

NA - (28/07/2010) - Allaying RBI's fears, the government on Tuesday proposed to elevate its governor's post in the proposed joint mechanism to address the differences among financial regulators over hybrid products. The legislation, Securities and Insurance Laws (Amendment) and Validation, Bill 2010, presented in the L...

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NPS to observe Service Fortnight from June 27 to July 9, 2016

National Pension System (NPS) to observe Service Fortnight from June 27 to July 9, 2016; Fortnight long campaign aims at awareness creation, service orientation and information dissemination along with subscribers registration. ...

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National Pension Scheme in India

CMA Amit Bansal 1. What is National Pension Scheme? The National Pension System (NPS) is a defined-contribution pension system operated by the Government of India. Contribution can be made by Employee himself or his Employer. Also any person not in Employment i.e. Self Employed can also contribute to NPS. 2. Who control NPS in India...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Official amendments to the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority Bill, 2011

1. that the subscriber seeking minimum assured returns shall be allowed to opt for investing his funds in such schemes providing minimum assured returns as may be notified by the Authority; 2. withdrawals not exceeding 25 per cent of the contribution made by subscriber will be permitted from the individual pension account subject to the ...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Public Comments and Stakeholders' Views Invited on the Report Submitted by Committee to Review Implementation of Informal Sector Pension

A Committee to Review Implementation of Informal Sector Pension was constituted under the Chairmanship of Shri G N Bajpai former Chairman, SEBI, LIC and also member of PFRDA NPS Trust. The Committee has submitted its report on 1st July, 2011. The report is accessible on http://pfrda.org.in/indexmain.asp?linkid=180. Pension Fund Regulatory...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

New pension policy – PFRDA to retain 50 per cent cap on equity investment

Pension regulator, PFRDA, today said that it would like to maintain the 50 per cent limit on investment in equities for the new pension fund, regardless of the recommendation of the Bajpai committee. We think that at the current stage of pension market in the country, investing more than 50 per cent in equities is not going to be fair to ...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Govt introduces Bill to give statutory power to PFRDA

Taking forward financial sector reforms, the government today introduced a long-pending PFRDA Bill in the Lok Sabha to give statutory status to interim pension regulator and promoting old age income security. The Bill, introduced by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, provides for establishing a statutory regulatory body to be called the P...

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Cabinet okays PFRDA Bill- may go to Parliament soon

The Union Cabinet today approved a long-pending bill, which is aimed at giving statutory power to the pension regulator PFRDA, paving way for introduction of the same in the current session of Parliament.The draft legislation is aimed at upgrading the status of the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA), which has been ...

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Panel report on restructuring pension scheme likely by Mar-end

The Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) today said the Bajpai committee report on overhauling the structure of all citizens' pension scheme is expected by the end of this month. "They have committed that they would submit the report by end of this month," PFRDA Chairman Yogesh Agarwal said on the sidelines of a semin...

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PFRDA decides to take measures to attract voluntary subscribers for New Pension Scheme

Five months after taking charge as head of the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA), Yogesh Agarwal has decided to take measures to ‘fix’ problems plaguing the New Pension Scheme (NPS), which has failed to attract voluntary subsc...

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Continuity of EEE and EET model of tax savings

Domestic savings are crucial, both for the national economy as well as for the people who save, particularly during recessionary times. This was proved once again, wherein unlike many Western countries, India remained fairly insulated from the recent global economic slowdown due to its relatively high level of savings. Ideally one should ...

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