About Amit

Hi Readers! I am Amit, the mind behind Apnaplan.com I am MBA from NITIE, Mumbai and BIT from Delhi University. This blog is my online diary where I write about my tryst with my investment decisions. In the 400+ posts on this blog you will find articles on Personal Financial Planning, Investments, Retirement Planning, Insurance, Loans, Fixed Deposits, Provident Funds, Stock Markets, Gold, Silver, Real Estate Investment, Credit Cards, Credit Score, Taxation, Inheritance Planning and Reviews on various Financial Products.
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TDS on Fixed Deposit, Recurring Deposit and EPF

Budget 2015 - TDS on FD, RD and EPF Along with changes in income tax, budget 2015 has also made some changes in TDS (Tax Deduction at source) for Fixed Deposit, Recurring Deposit and EPF (Employee Provident Fund). The post discusses these changes: TDS on Recurring Deposit (RD) Until now recurring deposit was not subjected to TDS. Budget 2015 has amended this and now […] Continue reading →

Income Tax Calculator for FY 2015-16 [AY 2016-17] – Excel Download

Income Tax Calculator for FY 2015-16 (AY 2016-17) - Excel Based The Union Budget for 2015 was presented today by Arun Jaitely. The tax slabs have remain unchanged but there have been some changes in terms of Transport Allowance, Medical Insurance benefits and exemption for Physically challenged tax payers. Budget 2015: Changes We have incorporated the 7 changes that happened in Budget 2015 (presented on February […] Continue reading →

Life Insurance Death Claim Settlement Ratio for FY 2013-14

Life Insurance Claim Settlement Ratio for FY 2013-14 IRDA (Insurance Regulatory And Development Authority) has come out with its annual report on insurance for FY 2013-14. This report has a lot of information on Life and General Insurance like the total premium collected, settlement ratio, solvency ratio, Insurance penetration in India among other things. We have published the Death Claim Settlement ratio every […] Continue reading →