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Saturday, 7 April 2018

Jio Cricket Play Along: Download My Jio App, Play & Win Prizes

Jio Cricket Play Along: Download My Jio App, Play & Win Prizes

Reliance Jio has Launched new Game Show Called Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan where Ace Comedian Sunil Grover will be the Host and Famous Cricket Anchor Samir Kochhar will be the Host Along with him. To Make the Game Interesting Jio Introduced Dhan Dhana Dhan Jio Cricket Play Along Concept Where You Can Download My Jio AppPlay the Game and Win Exciting Prizes.

Apart from Sunil Grover other Star Cast of te Show are Shilpa Shinde, Ali Asgar, Sugandha Mishra, Suresh Menon, Paresh Ganatra, Shibani Dandekar and Archana Vijay. Cricketers including Kapil Dev and Virendra Sehwag will also join the show..

Sunil Grover Play the Comedy Role of Professor LBW and Bigg Boss 11 Winner Shilpa Shinde will Play Wife Googly Devi. You Can Download My Jio App to Play the Game.

How to Play Jio Cricket Play Along Game

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Play IPL 2018 Live Game Show Called 'Jio Cricket Play Along'

Answer the Simple Question asked during the Game Show.

Win Exciting Prizes worth Lakhs and Crores.

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Jio Cricket Play Along Prizes & How To Redeem Points

Here is How You Can Win Amazing Prizes by Playing Jio Cricket Play Along with IPL 2018 Season.

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25 Cars for winner

Cash prizes worth Crore Rupees

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How To Redeem Points?

If you win points while playing the Jio Cricket Play Along game, you can redeem them during the IPL 2018. You can use your points to claim prizes in the IPL season. Below are the expected steps to redeem points:

To redeem them, navigate to My Winnings section from My Jio app. Here you will see various prizes for a specific amount of points. Just claim the prize in exchange for your hard earned points.

So, You Have to Download My Jio App, No Matter if you are Jio Subscriber or Not, You Can Play Jio Cricket Play Along and Win Prizes of Lakhs and Crores.

Friday, 6 April 2018

NEW IT FORM FOR AY 2018-19

NEW IT FORM FOR AY 2018-19
The Central Board of Direct Taxes has notified the new ITR Forms for AY 2018-19 Income Tax Return Filing (for FY 2017-18). In order to make ITR filing easy, some sections of the forms have been rationalized.

The new ITR forms in PDF format have been made available, while the excel utilities (or) Java Utilities for AY 2018-19 will soon be made available on incometaxindia e-filing website.

What is Assessment Year (AY) & Financial Year (FY)?

Financial year (FY) is the year in which you have earned the income. If you are filing a return this year, the financial year will be 2017-18.

For example, if you have had an income between 1st April 2017 and 31 March 2018, then 2017-18 will be referred to as FY. Assessment Year (AY) is the year in which you file returns i.e., 2018-19. The last date to file returns for the financial year 2017-2018 is July 31st 2018 (as of now).


  • Income Tax Slab Rates for FY 2017-18

The income tax slabs & rates are categorized as below;

Individual resident aged below 60 years.
Senior Citizen (Individual resident who is of the age of 60 years or more but below the age of 80 years at any time  during the previous year) &.
Super Senior Citizen (Individual resident who is of the age of 80 years or more at any time during the previous year).


  • AY 2018-19 Income Tax Return Filing | New ITR Forms

Below are the important details about new ITR forms;

The requirement of furnishing details of cash deposit made during a specified period as provided in ITR Form for the Assessment Year 2017-18 has been done away with from Assessment Year 2018-19.
NRIs can now provide details of their foreign bank accounts to claim credit or refunds. Earlier, they could only provide details of bank accounts held in India.
However, NRIs will no longer be able to file returns using the simple income tax return (ITR)-1 form, which can now only be used by residents. NRIs will have to use ITR-2, which seeks more information.
GSTIN number now has to be mentioned in ITR-4 filled by businesses and professionals claiming presumptive income. They also have to quote gross receipts as per GST returns.
The partners in firms will now have to file ITR-3 instead of ITR-2.
All the ITR Forms are to be filed electronically. However, where return is furnished in ITR Form-1 (Sahaj) or ITR-4 (Sugam), the following persons have an option to file return in paper form:-
An Individual of the age of 80 years or more at any time during the previous year (or)
An Individual or HUF whose income does not exceed five lakh rupees and who has not claimed any refund in the Return of Income.
FY 2017-18 Income Tax Return Filing | Which ITR form to file?
New ITR 1 (Sahaj) Form For Assessment Year 2018-19
The Central Board of Direct Taxes(CBDT) has notified Income Tax Return Forms (ITR Forms) for the Assessment Year 2018-19. For Assessment Year 2017-18, a one page simplified ITR Form-1 (Sahaj) was notified. This initiative benefited around 3 crore taxpayers, who have filed their return in this simplified Form. For Assessment Year 2018-19 also, a one page simplified ITR Form-1(Sahaj) has been notified.

This form can be used if you have;
Salary or Pension Income
Income from one house property (excluding cases where loss is brought forward from previous years)
No business income / no Capital gains
No asset in foreign country or no income from a source outside India
Agricultural  income which is less than Rs 5,000
Income from other sources like FD/Shares/NSC etc.,
No income from lottery or horse racing.TR Form-1 (Sahaj) can be filed by an individual who is resident other than not ordinarily resident, having income upto Rs 50 lakh and who is receiving income from salary, one house property / other income (interest etc.).
Further, the parts relating to salary and house property have been rationalized and furnishing of basic details of salary (as available in Form 16) and income from house property have been mandated.


  • New ITR 2 Form for Assessment year 2018-19 :

 ITR2 form can be filed by an Individual or Hindu Undivided Family (HUF). This form can be used if you have;
 Salary or Pension Income
 Income under the head ‘Capital Gains’
 Income from multiple houses
 No business / professional income under any proprietorship
 An asset in foreign country or income from a source outside India
Agricultural income of more than Rs 5,000
Income from lottery or horse racing
If your income is more than Rs 50 Lakh, ITR 2 has a Schedule AL requiring assessees to declare their assets and liabilities at the end of the fiscal.
Click here to download new ITR 2 Form.
New ITR 3 for AY 2018-19 Income tax filing
Since AY 2017-18, the previous ITR 4 form has been re-numbered as ITR 3 form.
New ITR 3 form is for individuals and HUFs having income from a proprietary business or profession (or having income as a partner in a Partnership firm).
This ITR covers all kind of businesses and professions irrespective of any income limit. Assesse can also report his income from salary, multiple house properties, lottery winnings, capital gains, speculative income i.e. horse race in ITR3 together with the Business Income.
Click here to download new ITR 3 Form.
New ITR 4S (Sugam) form for AY 2018-19 / FY 2017-18
This form can be used by individuals who have;
Presumptive income from Business or Profession.
No Capital Gains
Agricultural Income which is less than Rs 5k
No asset in foreign country or no income from a source outside India
Income from one house property
Income from other sources
Click here to download new ITR 4S form.
Important points to consider before filing your ITR :

Before you file your Income Tax returns, check if your Form 26 AS has correct TDS entries. For example: Your employer might have deducted TDS amount for last quarter and deposited the amount on your behalf. Check for this transaction in Form 26 AS. Also, check whether all the investments with TDS have been duly mentioned in your Tax return form also. Any mismatch will lead to a notice from the department.

Do not file your ITR till you get Form-16 (issued by your employer, if salaried) and Form 16A. While Form 16 is for only salary income, Form 16A is applicable for TDS on Income Other than Salary. Form 16A is a statement containing all details of TDS Deducted on all Payments except Salary. For example,  Form 16A is issued by banks when they deduct TDS on interest income earned on your Fixed Deposits / Recurring Deposits.

Form16, Form 16A and Form 26AS documents will come handy while filing your ITR. As discussed above, you have most of the details in your form 16 with which you can easily file your Tax Returns. Cross check your Form 16/16A TDS amounts with Form 26AS and then key in TDS details in ITR accordingly.

Based on Form 16, you can fill ‘Income’ and ‘TDS’ details. By looking at your Form 16 A, you can fill ‘income from other sources’ and ‘TDS’ details in ITR sheet.
Based on Form26 AS, you can cross check the above TDS payments and also fill in details of ‘Advance or self assessment tax’ payments (if any) in your ITR sheet. (Related Article : ‘Understanding your Form 16 & other Tax related forms – Form 16A & Form 26AS‘)
 If you had joined a new company during the financial year then do not forget to declare the income from previous employer in the tax return.

You might have earned interest income on Bank fixed deposits, Bonds, National Saving Certificates (NSCs) etc., This income is taxable. (Interest earned on bank savings account is exempted upto Rs 10,000 but it should be included in filing). You have to declare all these incomes in your tax return.
In case, if your declared investment amount (to your employer) is more than your actual investments, you have to pay additional taxes while filing your Income Tax Return
In case, if your declared amount is less than your actual investments, your company might have deducted higher TDS. So, you can claim this as ‘refund‘ while filing your taxes. (Kindly read : ‘TDS & Misconceptions‘)

Even if you miss the deadline for submitting the investment proofs, you can still claim all the tax deductions (except few allowances like LTA or Medical allowance) while filing your Income Tax Return.

It is advisable to keep copies of all your original documents for your future reference.

Important Link :

official site

Full Detail Pdf file

Tuesday, 3 April 2018

I-KHEDUT ONLINE APPLICATION START FOR FARMER FOR VARIOUS SUBSIDY YOJNA

I-KHEDUT ONLINE APPLICATION START FOR FARMER FOR VARIOUS SUBSIDY YOJNA
The state has achieved an average agricultural growth rate of more than 10% in the last decade. For the first time in the country, the state has given innovative programs like Krishi Mahotsav and Soil Health Card. This development pilgrim has added an innovative snake this year. Farmers of the state should get timely information about farm material needed for agriculture, timely availability of agricultural inputs can be found on the finger, and benefits of various welfare schemes can be easily accessible to the farmers at home and in order to know market prices running in different markets of weather and agricultural produce, agriculture and cooperation. I-Farmer Portal is operationalized by the Department.

Online application for schematic benefits
Details of crude equipment available to the dealer
Agricultural lending bank / organization information
Latest agricultural and related technical information
Market prices of various APMCs of agricultural products
Weather details
Solving confusing questions
Farm land account details
Minimum support price of cotton crop - year-2014-15
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Saturday, 31 March 2018

How to Extend Jio prime membership for 1 year : official msg By Jio company

How to Extend Jio prime membership for 1 year : official msg By Jio company
Reliance Jio on Friday announced complimentary Prime benefits to existing Prime members for another 12 months. The extension means that the Reliance Jio subscribers who are also Jio Prime members will have to claim the extended one-year benefits. The announcement comes as a surprise as this will mean that over 175 million Jio Prime members can avail the extension without paying any additional cost.

How to get Jio Prime benefits for another 12-months


It's worth noting that all existing Jio Prime members who have subscribed to the exclusive membership benefits till 31 March 2018 will get another year of complimentary Prime benefits at no additional fee. Reliance Jio, however, says that this is a limited period offer which means Jio users who are already Prime members need to claim the extension via MyJio app. New users who join the Jio network on or after April 1 will have buy the annual membership at Rs. 99. Also read: Reliance Jio Prime membership extended for one year

Here’s how to claim free one year Prime membership via MyJio app

  • 1. Existing Jio Prime members can avail the extension via MyJio app. In case, you don't have the app download it on your device. 
  • 2. After downloading the MyJio app, users will have to sign-in with either SIM card or with their Jio account. 
  • 3. After successfully signing in, Jio users will get a top banner within the app that will say, "Congratulations! Extend Jio Prime for a year, Free." The banner also has a 'Get now' icon which users will have to hit. 

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  • 4. On hitting Get now, MyJio app will take existing Prime members to the next page that says "Jio Prime is getting bigger, you are a valued Jio Prime member. And we are extending one full year's subscripton absolutely free for you." This particular page will have all you Jio numbers listed which will mean that you can extend one year Jio Prime subscription for multiple Jio numbers.  
  • 5. Tap on Proceed and the app will take you to the next page that says 'Request raised successfully.' Jio basically is registering existing users for the extension and considering, the company has said that this is a limited period offer. Jio Prime members who fail to claim the extension may be asked to pay Rs. 99 for the membership. 
  • 6. The page will read a message that will say, "Your request to avail free Jio Prime membership for a year had been registered successfully. We will get back to you shortly." 

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With Jio Prime, subscribers enrolled with a one-time annual fee of Rs. 99 along with a recharge of Rs.309 and above. Jio Prime along with a 12-months validity recharge comes with a host of benefits which include unlimited benefits of free voice (Local, STD, Roaming to any operator, anywhere in India), SMS and 4G data which Jio users were currently using till 31 March 2018. Additionally, complimentary benefit of Jio’s premium content bouquet which is worth Rs. 10,000 for an entire year. Apart from the listed offers above, Jio Prime members also get more deals and offers which are announced from time to time.

Monday, 26 March 2018

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Sunday, 21 January 2018

Steps to Check Online Aadhaar Authentication History

Steps to Check Online Aadhaar Authentication History
Steps to Check Online Aadhaar Authentication History

How to Check Aadhaar Authentication History Online
   
The 12-digit unique identification number generated by UIDAI (unique identification authority of India) includes all the biometric and demographic details. As the government of India has made it mandatory to link Aadhaar number to all the financial documents, mobile number and bank account, everyone is trying to complete the linking before the aforementioned date. Not adhering to the deadline will make the account un-operational and therefore individuals can’t avail the benefits of government scheme.

As Aadhaar contains crucial details, account holders are worried about the safety of their data as any mishandling of the information can prove threatening for the life-time. Hence, it is vital to check the authentication of any website before submitting the Aadhaar details. For the convenience of its users, UIDAI has come up an online tool that is available on its official website.


The “Aadhaar Authentication History” tool enables users to check Aadhaar Authentication online and avail various information including transaction ID, error code, method of authentication, Aadhaar authentication failure code, etc. Using this facility, users can find out when an agency would have accessed the biometric, demographic and one-time password.

It is advisable to check the Aadhaar authentication history at regular intervals to avoid any breach. Checking the Aadhaar authentication history via online mode is simple and can completed by following the steps below mentioned.

Step 1: Visit the UIDAI’s official website that is https://resident.uidai.gov.in/.

Step 2: Once you are on the UIDAI’s home page, select “Aadhar Authentication History” link under the Aadhaar Services column.

Step 3: Then it gets directed to a new page named Aadhaar Authentication History. You should enter the UID/ the 12-digit Aadhaar number.

Step 4: Enter the security code correctly in the respective box and click on “Generate OTP”.

Step 5: On the new page titled “Aadhaar Notification Setting”, select the “Authentication Type” by clicking on the drop down arrow.

Step 6: You should choose the start and end date from the calendar for which you want to check the history.

Step 7: Next, enter the number of records and the OTP in the respective box and click on “Submit” button.

Step 8: On completing these, UIDAI displays the history in a tabular format that includes date, time, type ID and authentication type among others.

Step 9: You can now cross-check the authentication of the information.

Documents Needed to Check the Aadhaar Authentication History Online
There are only two prerequisites for checking the authentication. It includes:

The 12-digit Aadhaar number
Aadhaar registered mobile number to receive the one-time password

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Saturday, 16 December 2017

HOW TO CALCULATE GRATUITY END OF SERVICE : ONLINE CALCULATER : CALCULATE YOUR GRATUITY

HOW TO CALCULATE GRATUITY END OF SERVICE : ONLINE CALCULATER : CALCULATE YOUR GRATUITY
The Central Government has given big gifts to private and public sector employees. Like central government employees, the private and PSU employees have also been paid taxpayer gratuity up to Rs 20 lakh. So far, this limit was Rs 10 lakh. For this, the government will soon introduce a bill in Parliament.

This government decision will benefit about 50 million people who work in private and public sector. The seventh pay structure commissioned by centrally employees recommended raising the limit of gratuity to Rs 20 lakh. On the basis of which the government and some state government employees have been applied for.

  • How Gratuity is Calculated

The gratuity amount depends upon the tenure of service and last drawn salary. It is calculated according to this formula: Last drawn salary (basic salary plus dearness allowance) X number of completed years of service X 15/26.


According to this formula, the time period of over six months or more is considered as one year.

This means if you have completed five years and seven months of service, the number of years would be considered as six years for calculation of gratuity benefit.

On the other hand, if the service period is five years and five months, for gratuity calculation it will be considered five years.

An employer can however give higher gratuity than the amount under the prescribed formula.

Maximum Amount

For government employees, Rs. 20 lakh is the maximum amount that can be paid as gratuity. The Seventh Pay Commission had recommended increase in the gratuity ceiling to Rs. 20 lakh from the earlier level of Rs. 10 lakh.

The rule applies to these organizations:

According to a statement issued by the government, the Gratuity Payments Act (1972) applies to the organization wherein 10 or more employees work. The main purpose of which is to provide financial security after the retirement of the employees. Often, even before the scheduled time limit for employee retirement, disability or otherwise will be retired for any other reason. In turn, gratuity can be the main source of income.

This is how Gratuity is calculated:

According to law, if an employee works continuously for at least five years in any organization, then the company has to pay a gratuity to it. For every year service, the company has to pay the same amount as 15 days of the final wage.

Salary means Basics Salary, Dearness Allowance and Commissions etc. It is included. Apart from this, if a person works for more than 6 months then his gratuity is considered to be a full year. For example, if a person works continuously for 7 years and 6 months, gratuity will be paid for 8 years.

One month work is counted as 26 days for gratuity calculations. For calculating 15-day wages, the monthly salary is multiplied by 15 by 26 divided by 26. This number is multiplied by the number of years of service and the amount that comes in is paid in gratuity form.

If the employee dies:

If an employee dies before serving five years, then this does not apply to the minimum 5 year rule. The remaining zodiac has to pay the employee's legal succession to the company. This is to be done within 30 days of each paid employee's final workday. If the payment is for more than 30 days then the interest is to be paid on that amount according to the law.


HOW TO CALCULATE GRATUITY: INTERESTRING CALCULATION

HOW TO CALCULATE GRATUITY: INTERESTRING CALCULATION
Gratuity is a benefit received by an employee for services rendered to an organisation. For companies covered under the Gratuity Act, this benefit is paid when an employee completes five or more years of service with the employer. An employee gets gratuity when he/she resigns, retires or is laid off.



In case of death or disablement there is no minimum eligibility period.


  • How Gratuity is Calculated

The gratuity amount depends upon the tenure of service and last drawn salary. It is calculated according to this formula: Last drawn salary (basic salary plus dearness allowance) X number of completed years of service X 15/26.


According to this formula, the time period of over six months or more is considered as one year.

This means if you have completed five years and seven months of service, the number of years would be considered as six years for calculation of gratuity benefit.

On the other hand, if the service period is five years and five months, for gratuity calculation it will be considered five years.

An employer can however give higher gratuity than the amount under the prescribed formula.

Maximum Amount

For government employees, Rs. 20 lakh is the maximum amount that can be paid as gratuity. The Seventh Pay Commission had recommended increase in the gratuity ceiling to Rs. 20 lakh from the earlier level of Rs. 10 lakh.

Income Tax Treatment of Gratuity
For government employees, entire amount of gratuity received on retirement or death is currently exempted from income tax.

In case of non-government employees, income tax rules on gratuity are applicable depending on whether employees are covered under the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 or not.

For non-government employees covered under the Gratuity Act, the income tax exemption on any gratuity received is least of the following:
Maximum amount specified by the government which is currently Rs. 10 lakh
Last drawn salary X 15/26 X years of service
Actual gratuity received
For example, the last drawn salary (basic plus DA) of Mr Ashish, for example, is Rs. 60,000 (per month) and he has worked for 25 years. The gratuity according to the formula is Rs. 8.65 lakh but suppose he has actually received gratuity of Rs. 12 lakh.

So for income tax calculation, Rs. 8.65 lakh will be considered for exemption. So Mr Ashish will pay tax on Rs. 3.35 lakh (Rs. 12 lakh - 8.65 lakh).

For non-government employees not covered under the Payment of Gratuity Act, the income tax exemption on any gratuity received is least of the following:
Half month's average salary for each completed year of service
Maximum amount specified by the government which is currently Rs. 10 lakh
Actual gratuity received
(Average monthly salary is to be computed on the basis of average of salary for 10 months immediately preceding the month (not the day) of retirement)

For example, the last drawn salary (basic plus DA) of Mr Bhupesh, for example, is Rs. 70,000 and he has worked for 35 years. The gratuity according to the formula is Rs. 12.25 lakh and he has received this amount as gratuity. For tax purposes, Rs. 10 lakh would be considered as exemption limit as it is the lowest of the three factors. So Mr Bhupesh will have to pay tax on Rs. 2.25 lakh (Rs. 12.25 lakh - Rs. 10 lakh).

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Tuesday, 5 December 2017

HOW TO LINK ADHAR CARD WITH INSURANCE POLICY : EASY INFO.

HOW TO LINK ADHAR CARD WITH INSURANCE POLICY : EASY INFO.
As per a government directive, you are meant to link Aadhaar and PAN to your LIC (Life Insurance Corporation) policies by December 31, says India's biggest life insurer on its website. LIC has come up with a facility which enables policyholders to link Aadhaar with their policies online. Insurance regulator IRDAI (Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India) had earlier said linkage of Aadhaar number with insurance policies is mandatory and asked insurers to comply with the statutory norms. "The Authority clarifies that, linkage of Aadhaar number to insurance policies is mandatory under the Prevention of Money Laundering (Maintenance of Records) Second Amendment Rules, 2017," IRDAI said.




LIC has on its website - licindia.in - listed steps to link policies with Aadhaar and PAN online: 

1) Keep your Aadhaar Card and PAN card handy along with the list of policies.

2) Log in to LIC's website.  The link for linking Aadhaar and PAN with LIC policies is displayed prominently on LIC's homepage.

3) Click on the link and LIC gives you a to-do checklist. Read the instructions.

4) Mobile Number as registered with UIDAI has to be entered. OTP will be sent to the number provided.


5) In case your mobile number is not updated in Aadhaar, kindly contact nearby LIC Branch Office for Aadhaar linking, says LIC.

6) After reading the checklist, click on the Proceed button at the bottom of the page.

After submitting the details in the form, a message will be shown on the success of the registration for linkage.

After verification with UIDAI or Unique Identification Authority of India, which issues Aadhaar card, a SMS/mail confirmation will be sent to you, says LIC. The verification may take few days, the insurer adds.

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