FundsIndia Customer Support

At FundsIndia, we bring together cutting-edge technology and top-notch financial services in one powerful package. Our online-only investment platform is built on robust technology that enables you to easily invest in mutual funds from leading fund houses in India, corporate fixed deposits, stocks from the BSE and various other investment products.

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Our expert financial advisors constantly track the markets and analyse trends to give you the best advice to manage your financial portfolio. We complement good advice with a powerful online platform and mobile app that allows you to view and manage your investments with ease. With Money Mitr, FundsIndia’s robo advisory service, you get instant fund recommendations that are personalized for you, based on your profile, in a matter of few minutes.

FundsIndia has earned the trust of over one million users by providing them award winning investment services and expert financial advice, free of cost. Join us and begin your investment journey today.

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GST India Customer Care

The idea of a Goods and Services Tax (GST) for India was first mooted sixteen years back, during the Prime Ministership of Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Thereafter, on 28th February, 2006, the then Union Finance Minister in his Budget for 2006-07 proposed that GST would be introduced from 1st April, 2010. 

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The Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers (EC), which had formulated the design of State VAT was requested to come up with a roadmap and structure for the GST. Joint Working Groups of officials having representatives of the States as well as the Centre were set up to examine various aspects of the GST and draw up reports specifically on exemptions and thresholds, taxation of services and taxation of inter-State supplies. 

Based on discussions within and between it and the Central Government, the EC released its First Discussion Paper (FDP) on GST in November, 2009. The FDP spelled out the features of the proposed GST and has formed the basis for the present GST laws and rules.

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