Surbhi Singhal

Impact of GST on E-Commerce

Goods and Services Tax - Every electronic commerce operator, and every person supplying goods and services through electronic commerce operator (except service providers rendering services through service aggregators notified as discussed above) shall not be eligible for threshold exemption. ...

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Currency Fluctuation: Determinants and Effects

Goods and Services Tax - Currency fluctuation is a phenomenon that is important to understand due to various reasons. At the very outset, it may not seem necessary for individuals who have no export or import business, or for the ones who are not planning a trip abroad or maybe a foreign education for their kids...

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All you need to know about Quantitative Easing and Tapering

Goods and Services Tax - In the recent times, Quantitative Easing policy of the US Federal Reserve has gained a lot of attention from businesses, investors and stock markets the world over. This has generated curiosity in the minds of many as to what it actually is and how it affects the world economy. This article is an attempt to satisfy such curious minds. ...

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Importance of Economic Literacy for Finance Professionals

Goods and Services Tax - Just 4 days to Join GST Online Certification Course by GST Professionals & TaxGuru.in – Batch II Finance and economics share an inseparable bond since ages. Yet we finance professionals, or to-be finance professionals of different fields such as CA, CS, CMA commit the sin of keeping ourselves separate from economics, yet claiming to...

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Understanding Deficit Financing

Goods and Services Tax - Deficit financing is that, which, if used responsibly, can lead an economy to prosperity; however, if used thoughtlessly, can do the opposite. It is the tool suggested years ago by known economist John Keynes, and used today throughout the world by various finance ministers of different economies in their budgets....

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Impact of GST on E-Commerce

Every electronic commerce operator, and every person supplying goods and services through electronic commerce operator (except service providers rendering services through service aggregators notified as discussed above) shall not be eligible for threshold exemption. ...

Read More

Currency Fluctuation: Determinants and Effects

Currency fluctuation is a phenomenon that is important to understand due to various reasons. At the very outset, it may not seem necessary for individuals who have no export or import business, or for the ones who are not planning a trip abroad or maybe a foreign education for their kids...

Read More

All you need to know about Quantitative Easing and Tapering

In the recent times, Quantitative Easing policy of the US Federal Reserve has gained a lot of attention from businesses, investors and stock markets the world over. This has generated curiosity in the minds of many as to what it actually is and how it affects the world economy. This article is an attempt to satisfy such curious minds. ...

Read More

Importance of Economic Literacy for Finance Professionals

Just 4 days to Join GST Online Certification Course by GST Professionals & TaxGuru.in – Batch II Finance and economics share an inseparable bond since ages. Yet we finance professionals, or to-be finance professionals of different fields such as CA, CS, CMA commit the sin of keeping ourselves separate from economics, yet claiming to...

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Understanding Deficit Financing

Deficit financing is that, which, if used responsibly, can lead an economy to prosperity; however, if used thoughtlessly, can do the opposite. It is the tool suggested years ago by known economist John Keynes, and used today throughout the world by various finance ministers of different economies in their budgets....

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Understanding Government Budget Deficits

Deficit financing is the method by which a government finances its budget deficit, that is, it covers its expenditure in excess of the revenue. The most common forms of deficit financing are borrowing from foreign governments, or from banks like the World Bank, or borrowing from the central bank of the country (RBI in the case of India) ...

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Five reasons why you should invest through the SIP route

A Systematic Investment Plan or SIP, as it is popularly known, is a vehicle offered by Mutual Funds to help investors save regularly by committing a fixed amount of investment in a scheme periodically, normally a month. The units are allotted on the basis of NAV existing on the date o...

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Tax benefits from Investment in Mutual Funds

Let me begin by describing the meaning of a Mutual Fund. It is a financial product that pools money of different individuals and invests on their behalf into various assets such as equity, debt or gold as per the objective of the scheme. Based upon the investor’s financial goals and risk appetite, there are several funds to choose from....

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