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Why To Invest In Tax free Bonds
10 Facts You Need to Know
What are tax-free bonds: These bonds are mostly issued by
government enterprises and pay a fixed...
10 Facts You Need to Know
Tax benefits: The income by way of interest on tax-free bonds is fully
exempted from income tax....
10 Facts You Need to Know
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Interest rate: The coupon (interest) rates of tax-free bonds are
linked to the prevailing rat...
10 Facts You Need to Know
Interest payment: The interest on these bonds is paid annually and
credited directly in the bank...
10 Facts You Need to Know
Tax free bonds vs bank fixed deposits (FDs): The interest earned
on bank FDs and other normal bo...
10 Facts You Need to Know
Credit risk: Since tax-free bonds are mostly issued by governmentbacked companies, the credit ri...
10 Facts You Need to Know
Liquidity: The tax-free bonds get listed and then traded on the stock
exchange(s) to offer an ex...
10 Facts You Need to Know
Do you need a demat account? The bonds could be issued both in
demat and physical mode.
10 Facts You Need to Know
Secondary market: Investors can buy and sell these tax free bonds
on the stock exchanges. Though...
10 Facts You Need to Know
Who should invest? Tax-free bonds are suitable for investors
looking for a steady source of inco...
You Can Invest in TAX FREE BONDS Now
There are some bonds available in market for investment

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HUDCO

IIFL
INDIAN RAI...
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Many savvy investors have started investing in tax-free bonds since September to earn tax-free interest income as well as make a capital appreciation on these bonds, as theinterest rates go down in the next few months. Financial advisors are also recommending these risk-free bonds with tax-efficient returns to their clients as they believe investors have a good chance of pocketing capital gains in the next 15-18 months.
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    1. 1. Why To Invest In Tax free Bonds
    2. 2. 10 Facts You Need to Know What are tax-free bonds: These bonds are mostly issued by government enterprises and pay a fixed coupon rate (interest rate). As the proceeds from the bonds are invested in infrastructure projects, they have a long-term maturity of typically 10, 15 or 20 years.
    3. 3. 10 Facts You Need to Know Tax benefits: The income by way of interest on tax-free bonds is fully exempted from income tax. The interest earned from these bonds does notform part of your total income. There is no deduction of tax at source (TDS)from the interest, which accrues to the bondholders. But remember that no tax deduction will be available for the invested amount.
    4. 4. 10 Facts You Need to Know • Interest rate: The coupon (interest) rates of tax-free bonds are linked to the prevailing rates of government securities. So these bonds become attractive when the interest rates in the financial system are high.
    5. 5. 10 Facts You Need to Know Interest payment: The interest on these bonds is paid annually and credited directly in the bank account of the investor.
    6. 6. 10 Facts You Need to Know Tax free bonds vs bank fixed deposits (FDs): The interest earned on bank FDs and other normal bonds are added to the income of the investor and taxed as per the income-tax slabs. As interest earned from tax-free bonds are not taxed, investors in higher tax brackets mostly earn a better post-tax return than from FDs. But remember, the bank FDs score over tax-free bonds in terms of liquidity as these bonds have a longer maturity tenure.
    7. 7. 10 Facts You Need to Know Credit risk: Since tax-free bonds are mostly issued by governmentbacked companies, the credit risk or risk of non-repayment is very low.
    8. 8. 10 Facts You Need to Know Liquidity: The tax-free bonds get listed and then traded on the stock exchange(s) to offer an exit route to investors. But these bonds might not enjoy high liquidity as they are long-term in nature.
    9. 9. 10 Facts You Need to Know Do you need a demat account? The bonds could be issued both in demat and physical mode.
    10. 10. 10 Facts You Need to Know Secondary market: Investors can buy and sell these tax free bonds on the stock exchanges. Though the interest earned on these bonds is tax-free, any capital gain from sale in the secondary market is taxable. Short-term capital gains from sale of tax-free bonds on exchanges are taxed at the normal rate, while long-term capital gains are taxed at 10% without indexation and 20%with indexation, whichever is lower. By indexing, you adjust the purchasing price with annual inflation.
    11. 11. 10 Facts You Need to Know Who should invest? Tax-free bonds are suitable for investors looking for a steady source of income annually and can afford to lock-in their capital for the long term.
    12. 12. You Can Invest in TAX FREE BONDS Now There are some bonds available in market for investment Like HUDCO IIFL INDIAN RAILWAY NTPC etc.
    13. 13. Contact us for INVESTMENT in TAX FREE BONDS • Call Us- 09650901058 011-40000919 Just Click Here to Contact US………………………………. We Will Contact You Soon……..
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