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Buy-back is a procedure that enables a company to purchase its shares from its existing shareholders, usually at a price near to or higher than the prevailing market price and within a certain time frame. When a company buys back, ... Continue Reading
According to Investopedia, “An asset management company (AMC) is a company that invests its clients' pooled funds into securities based on the investment objective.” In India, AMC is a Company registered with SEBI, which takes investment/divestment decisions ... Continue Reading
The Government has permitted employers/companies to establish and manage their own private PF schemes, subject to certain conditions prescribed under the Employees Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952. These trusts are regulated by the EPFO and have to ... Continue Reading
A moratorium period is a time during the loan term when the borrower is not required to make any repayment. It is a waiting period before which repayment by way of EMIs begins. Although the borrower is ... Continue Reading
A bond, also known as a fixed-income security, is a debt instrument created for the purpose of raising capital. Bonds are used by companies, municipalities, states and sovereign governments to raise money and finance a variety of projects and ... Continue Reading
The Enterprise Value (EV), is an economic measure of a company's total value or the market value. EV is often used as a more comprehensive and realistic alternative to equity market capitalization since market capitalization does not include ... Continue Reading
Budgetary deficit is the excess of total expenditure (both revenue and capital) over total receipts (both revenue and capital). Budgetary deficit can be broken down into :   1. Revenue Deficit- Revenue deficit is excess of total revenue expenditure of the government ... Continue Reading
Will is a legal declaration of the intention of a testator with respect to his property and estate, both movable and immovable. The Will should be signed by the testator (person making the Will) in the presence of two witnesses (... Continue Reading
Prompt Corrective Action (PCA) is a tool used by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), to take action against banks which indicate poor and weak financial health. The PCA is based on primarily 4 parameters which the RBI evaluates to ... Continue Reading
Presumptive Income Scheme of the Income Tax Act The Income Tax Act has framed the Presumptive Income Taxation Scheme under three main sections i.e., Section 44AD, 44ADA and 44AE. A person adopting the scheme is exempted from ... Continue Reading
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