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Public Provident Fund India (PPF)-Brief and New changes

New Changes in Public provident fund (PPF) account: The Govt. of India has notified the revised Public Provident Fund Scheme 2019 on 12th December 2019, wherein a few changes have been made primarily related to the account operations. Here are five changes in PPF account rules that you must know: √ Removal of restrictions in […]...

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NPS vs PPF – Which Is A Better Option For Investing?

Articled explains about Public Provident Fund (PPF) and National Pension Scheme (NPS) stating Key Features, Who can invest in PPF & NPS, Maturity period, Investment limit, Tax benefits, Premature /Partial withdrawal, Mode of Investment, Returns and Risk. Key Features Public Provident Fund (PPF) National Pension Scheme (NPS) Who can in...

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Public Provident Fund: Features and Benefits of investing in PPF

Public Provident Fund is the schemes started by the central government from 1968 for the welfare of the people of India. As this scheme was launched for the benefit of people who made investment by very small amount and they will get more amount at the maturity. Since this scheme was backed by Central government, […]...

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What is PPF | PPF Withdrawal Options before Maturity

PPF is Central Government Tax Saving Scheme with long term investment and tax saving option. In this article, we will cover the following areas-What is PPF and where you can open such account, Interest rate applicable on PPF, Who can open a PPF Account,  Minimum and maximum investment required in PPF Account, Lock in period […]...

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Comparison of Various Income Tax Saving Schemes 2021

Comparison of Various Saving Scheme  Article explains comparison of Various Saving Scheme for the purpose of Tax Planning & Investment Plan i.e. Very Simple analysis / summarized view of below mentioned schemes is as under:- 1) Sukanya Samriddhi Scheme 2) Pubilc Provident Fund 3) Kisan Vikas Patra 4) Senior Citizen Saving Scheme ...

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Tax Saving – Public Provident Fund ( PPF)

P.P.F. Account is a LONG TERM SAVING INSTRUMENT provided by the CENTRAL GOVERNMENT, came into force from 1 July 1968. This investment gives us ASSURED RETURNS & PROVIDE OLD AGE INCOME SECURITY TO EVERY ONE. By investing in P.P.F Account we can see the POWER OF COMPOUNDING in the long run. This account is under […]...

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All about Public Provident Fund- an investment Avenue

Public Provident Fund (PPF) has always been lucrative investment avenue for those who wish to earn stable return without any risk. However the interest rate is subject to revision every quarter, but the returns are assured because investment in PPF is not market linked. The current rate of interest is 7.1% Salaried employees have the [&he...

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Tax Saving Investment Options & Deductions for Individual & HUF

Tax Saving Investment Options and Deductions under Income Tax for Individual and HUF I have brief the deductions available to Individual and Hindu Undivided Family for Assessment Year 2020-21. To claim deduction in any year, it is necessary to invest in that year. Due to Covid Pandemic, Govt. has extended the date to 31.07.2020 for [&hell...

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EPF Vs. VPF Vs. PPF

Article compares EPF (Employees Provident Fund), VPF (Voluntary Provident Fund) and PPF (Public Provident Fund) with reference to Opening Account for such accounts, Interest Rate, Tax Benefit, Period of Investment, Loan Availability, Employer Contribution on Basic + DA, Employee Contribution on Basic + DA and Taxation on Maturity Returns....

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Revised Public Provident Fund (PPF) Scheme w.e.f 12.12.2019

Interest 8.6% w.e.f 01.12.2011 (subject to change as per GOI/RBI directives) to be applied annually. (1) This Scheme may be called the Public Provident Fund (Amendment) Scheme, 2011 2) It shall come into force on the 1st day of December 2011. (3) The Public Provident Fund scheme is a statutory scheme of the Central Government framed und...

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