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Now, Google can stop you from overspending: Here's how
Science

Now, Google can stop you from overspending: Here's how

Google has launched a new 'budgeting' feature to prevent overspending on the Play Store.
Now, read digital magazines, newspapers in train rides
India

Now, read digital magazines, newspapers in train rides

If you are a frequent traveler, this new development by the Indian Railways will make you elated.
Airtel Digital TV launches regional top-ups: Here's everything to know
Business

Airtel Digital TV launches regional top-ups: Here's everything to know

The new DTH regulations introduced by TRAI have brought with them a fair share of confusion and complexity.
#FinancialBytes: What is Form 26AS and how to view/download it?
Business

#FinancialBytes: What is Form 26AS and how to view/download it?

The Form 26AS, also known as Tax Credit Statement, is one of the important documents required for filing Income Tax Returns.
#FinancialBytes: Here's how you can file the I-T return yourself
Business

#FinancialBytes: Here's how you can file the I-T return yourself

Every individual, whose total income during a financial year exceeds the maximum income not chargeable to tax, is required to file an income tax return (ITR) as per the Income Tax Act, 1961.
#FinancialBytes: Here's how you can file the I-T return yourself
Business

#FinancialBytes: Here's how you can file the I-T return yourself

Every individual, whose total income during a financial year exceeds the maximum income not chargeable to tax, is required to file an income tax return (ITR) as per the Income Tax Act, 1961.
#FinancialBytes: Missed filing I-T return? Here's what you can do
Business

#FinancialBytes: Missed filing I-T return? Here's what you can do

The due date for filing the Income Tax Return for the financial year 2016-17 was July 31, 2017.
#FinancialBytes: Here's how you can file the I-T return yourself
Business

#FinancialBytes: Here's how you can file the I-T return yourself

Every individual, whose total income during a financial year exceeds the maximum income not chargeable to tax, is required to file an income tax return (ITR) as per the Income Tax Act, 1961.

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