IMF has projected the growth of Indian economy in 2020 at the rate of 1.9 per cent, while the world economy is likely to contract sharply by "minus 3 per cent" due to the coronavirus pandemic
Currently, those with income of upto Rs 2.5 lakh are exempted from tax net. However, this limit may be raised to 3 lakh in the upcoming Budget. The proposed tax will put at least Rs 2,500 more money in the hands of taxpayers, thereby giving an indirect impetus to the economy.
The Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) on Thursday hiked interest rate from 8.55 per cent to 8.65 per cent for fiscal 2018-19.
A day before the BJP-led NDA government presents interim budget, the Fitch Ratings today warned of fiscal slippage if the government opt for populism over rationalism
New Delhi: Indian economy is seen heading for 7.2% growth in the current fiscal 2018-2019, as compared to 6.7% in...