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1. What is insurance?

Insurance is a contract, represented by a policy, in which an individual or entity receives financial protection or reimbursement against losses from an insurance company. The company pools clients' risks to make payments more affordable for the insured.

2. Why do I need Insurance?

Unfortunately, life’s journey is not always as smooth as we want it to be. Unexpected events may trip us up in life or stop us from living every day to the fullest. For those events that could be expensive, insurance can cover the costs, so that you don’t have to. Insurance is key to you being able to focus on the important things in life because it will ensure financial security for you and your family should anything unfortunate happen. When large financial burdens like hospital bills or medical charges arise, insurance helps meet the costs, allowing you to pursue your dreams.

6. What is corporate Tax?

Corporate tax is a tax imposed on the net income of the company. Both private and public companies, that are registered under India’s Companies Act 1956, are required to pay corporate tax on their net profits, at a rate prescribed by the income tax department.

7. What is sales tax?

A sales tax is an indirect tax imposed by the government on the sale of goods and services. A conventional sales tax is levied at the point of sale, collected by the retailer, and passed on to the government.

8. What is the securities transaction tax (STT)?

STT is a kind of financial transaction tax that is similar to tax collected at source (TCS). STT is a direct tax levied on every purchase and sale of securities that are listed on the recognized stock exchanges in India.


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