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#1. I am 35 years old and My income is above basic exemption limit, I have earned Rs. 15000 as interest in saving bank account in FY 2019-20. Is it taxable .?
#2. What is the applicable tax rate for long-term capital gain from debt oriented mutual fund for FY 2020-21.
#3. In FY 2020-21, An option of reduced tax rates is provided u/s 115BAC to Individual & HUF, but in new slab rate which of the following is not considered:-
#4. Prime minister Narender modi, unveiled .......................on 13th may 2020, outlining rights & duties of an honest taxpayer, commitment of tax department and expectations from the taxpayers and launched the platform 'Transparent Taxation-Honoring the honest'.
#5. What is full form of GST?
#6. Which of the following is true about dividend for FY 2020-21.
#7. Domestic company, whose total turnover or gross receipt during the previous year ............... does not exceed Rs. 400 crore, shall be taxed @25% in place of 30% for Assessment year 2021-22? (choose right option to fill in the blanks)
#8. From which FY, Dividend distribution tax (DDT) is abolished and dividend income is made taxable in directly in the hands of shareholders:-
#9. What does RBI's LTRO stand for?
#10. For FY 2020-21, What is total income maximum limit for availing benefits of rebate u/s 87A?