Since April 1, 2020 the tax on dividends paid by debt funds has been abolished. But the dividends announced by mutual fund schemes are taxable in the hands of investors. Tax is deducted at source at the rate of 10 per cent on dividends, when the dividends exceed Rs 5000 in a financial year. Besides, dividends are also taxable in your hands, as per your income-tax brackets. Even if you have opted for DTP and your debt fund dividends declared get automatically re-invested in the equity fund, you still have to pay tax on dividends declared. TDS on dividend does not absolve you of your their tax liability. … [Read more...] about Dividend transfer plan: An easy way to invest payouts from a debt fund
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Amazon People may not like Amazon as a company, but they love Amazon’s services and products. Amazon’s stock is up nearly 25% since the pandemic began. And Bezos himself is a master of soft power, wielding the Washington Post in one hand and HQ2s in the other. There’s nobody in Washington who doesn’t secretly wish to be invited to the parties at his Kalorama mansion. It’s not hard to envision the Justice Department forcing Amazon to spin AWS, or to separate its marketplace and third-party sellers, but if you’re looking for an easy scapegoat, Amazon probably isn’t it. … [Read more...] about Zuck, Bezos, Cook: Who takes the fall in D.C.’s antitrust games?
The company is also working with Los Angeles to pilot plastic roads and will soon expand elsewhere in California as it works with CalTrans, the state transportation agency. In Oroville, where a 1,000-foot segment of highway was repaved, “we finished the first piece yesterday,” Weaver said on July 31. “And we already have a call slated for Monday to look at project number two and project number three. They are going at hyperspeed on this. California has some ambitious goals for recycling and environmental priorities.” … [Read more...] about This California highway is now paved with plastic
Review your day Before you go to sleep, briefly look over your interactions that day. Consider what went well and what could have gone better. If you tried something different and it worked out, take a moment to enjoy the feeling of knowing that you are in charge of your feelings and actions. If something didn’t go well, think of how you might have handled it differently. Resolve to try something else next time. You can also try to pick one thing and work on it. Remember that any progress is a win and will keep you moving in the right direction. … [Read more...] about 5 simple ways to boost your emotional intelligence every day