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Tax Free Bonds in India
The What, Why, and How of Investing in Tax Free Bonds !!!
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What are Tax-Free Bonds?
Tax free bonds are the tax free financial instruments issued by the Indian government backed PSUs like NHAI, NTPC etc. companies. These bonds are of long-term maturity, and the proceeds are usually invested in infrastructure projects. The income that you earn in tax-free bonds in the form of interests is fully exempted from income tax.
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Why invest in Tax-Free Bonds?
The interest earned on tax-free bonds is completely exempt from tax under Section 10 (15) (iv) (h) of the Income Tax Act, 1961
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What is the Liquidity & Risk profile of Tax-Free Bonds?
Tax-free bonds are listed on capital market exchanges like BSE & NSE and they can be traded in the secondary market, hence very liquid in nature.
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What are the current Yields on Tax Free Bonds ?
The current yield offered for tax-free bonds falls between 4.00% and 4.50%. This rate is comparatively attractive when taking into account the benefit of tax exemption.
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How can you invest in Tax-Free Bonds?
Tax free bonds primarily help one to keep one’s tax liability at bay. Therefore, invest in them after properly evaluating your tax rate, tax liability and long term stable income generation.
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