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IDFC tax-saving long-term infrastructure bonds- Major Highlights of second tranche

Infrastructure Development Finance Company Limited (IDFC) has announced a public issue of its second tranche of secured, redeemable, long term infrastructure bonds having tax benefits under Section 80CCF of the Income Tax Act, 1961...

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IIFCL to guarantee infrastructure companies bond issues under new offering

On the proposed Rs 1,200-crore tax-free infra bonds issue, he said, within the next three days they will hit the market with an ad for this. By January, the first tranche of Rs 400 crore will hit the streets. It will raise the remaining Rs 800 crore ...

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Infrastructure Bonds-The new avenue to save tax

Under Section 80CCF, any individual or Hindu undivided family can invest up to Rs 20,000 in infrastructure bonds and avail of tax benefits. This will be over the Rs 1-lakh deduction allowed under Section 80C. So, an investor in the tax bracket of 30 ...

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Investing in Bonds

In 2010 Budget, infrastructure bonds were announced as one of the tax saving options to assessees whereby under section 80CCF of the Indian Income tax Act, investment upto Rs 20,000 in notified infrastructure bonds was allowed tax benefit by way of reduction from total taxable income. This is over and above Rs one lakh tax benefit availab...

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Notification No. 77/2010-Income Tax Dated 11/10/2010

Notification No. 77/2010-Income Tax 11/10/2010

Notification No. 77/2010-Income Tax In exercise of the powers conferred by section 80CCF of the Income Tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961), the Central Government hereby notifies the following bonds that shall be subject to the following conditions, as long-term infrastructure bonds for the purposes of the said section...

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Save Tax – Invest in Long Term Infrastructure Bonds (Section 80CCF)

In the Union Budget 2010, Finance Minister, Pranab Mukherjee proposed a new section 80CCF under the Income Tax Act of 1961. From financial year 2010-11, section 80CCF would provide an additional tax deduction, over and above the existing 80C deductio...

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Save tax up to Rs. 6000- Invest in Long Term Infrastructure Bond

Infrastructure Development Finance Company (IDFC), an integrated infrastructure finance company, has launched infrastructure bonds, giving a tax deduction of up to Rs 20,000 under Section 80CCF. The tax deduction will be above Rs 1,00,000 under Secti...

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LIC plans to seek IRDA approval to issue infrastructure bonds investment in which will be exempt u/s 80CCF

The country's largest insurer, Life Insurance Corporation, plans to approach sector regulator IRDA in the next 8-10 days to get approval for floating infrastructure bonds. ...

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IDFC offers infrastructure bonds under Section 80CCF

These bonds can be issued by entities such as LIC , IDFC, IFCI or any other NBFC as classified by the RBI. Earlier in September, IFCI had issued these bonds on a private placement basis. Now, IDFC has decided to offer the first tranche of these bonds...

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IDFC – tax-saving long-term infrastructure bonds under section 80CCF of the Income Tax Act, 1961

IDFC is coming out with the country's first ever public issue of infrastructure bonds through which the lender expects to mop up Rs 3,400 crore. The issue would open on September 30 and closes on October 18. It is the first public issue of bonds by an infrastructure finance company under Sec 80CCF of the Income Tax Act that allows tax be...

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