Guides on Tax Savings

Exemptions under section 10(38) on Long-Term Capital Gains

Investments in capital gains is fast becoming popular for long term investment planning. The taxes applicable on capital gains vary depending on the type and duration. Read this guide on section 10(3) by H&R Block India to learn about the taxes applicable on sale/transfer of securities.

EPF Balance Check and Withdrawal Guide

One of the most trusted long term investment schemes is the EPF savings scheme. Read this guide by H&R Block India to know more about how to check your PF balance, the benefits of EPF, and PF withdrawal procedures.

Voluntary Provident Fund in India

By opting for VPF i.e. Voluntary Provident Fund contribution you can save more towards your long-term savings scheme. Learn more about how to open VPF account and it's tax benefits.

Unit Linked Insurance Plans

ULIPs provide insurance and investment at the same time. A part of the premium paid is used for the insurance, and the remaining part is used for investment in different funds.

What is EPFO E-Sewa

The launch of EPFO e-sewa services makes it easy for EPF account holders to process withdrawals and payments online and other devices. Read more here.

Best Tax Saving Mutual Funds to Invest in 2018-19

Top tax saving mutual funds will not only help you in obtaining greater returns but also will make you eligible to avail the benefit on exemption under section 80(C). In this guide by H&R Block the features of mutual funds are explained.

Five Year Post Office Time Deposit Scheme

Five year Post Office Time Deposit (POTD) is a savings and investment scheme which is similar to FD, which allows you to deposit money for fixed time applicable for residents of India. Read this guide by H&R Block India to learn more.

Five Year Tax Saving Bank Fixed Deposit

One of the best ways to reduce your tax liability is to invest in tax savings schemes, which will reduce your tax slab. A commonly availed option is the five year tax saving fixed deposit, which will be discussed in this guide by H&R Block India.

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